Table of Contents


Special Collection 2021

Rereading China: Science Walks on Two Legs

Note from the Editors
1  Introduction   Sigrid Schmalzer
2  Commentary on SftP, China: Science Walks on Two Legs   Zuoyue Wang
3  Reflections on the 1973 Trip   Vinton Thompson
4  Reflections on the 1978 Trip   Anonymous Delegate
5  Why the 996.ICU Movement Must Not Be Forgotten in the United States   JS Tan
6  Biographical Notes on the 1973 SftP Delegates to China

Link to digitized version of China: Science Walks on Two Legs (New York: Avon, 1974). Digitized by a team of Science for the People volunteers.

Links to articles on the 1978 trip: Michael K. Hansen and Stephen J. Risch, “Food and Agriculture in China, Part I,” Science for the People 11, no. 3 (1979): 39-45; Michael Hansen and Stephen Risch, “Food and Agriculture in China, Part II,” Science for the People 11, no. 4 (1979): 33-38.

For more historical materials relevant to the original incarnation of Science for the People, please visit http://science-for-the-people.org. Physical archives of the organization exist at MIT ArchivesSpace and the UMass Amherst Special Collections and University Archives, where photographs from the 1978 delegation are also now available digitally. Photographs used as cover images of chapter 1, 3, and 6 are generously provided by Minna Barrett.