Jamaica Plain; Arlington; Cambridge, MA: SESPA; Science Resource Center, 1970-1987. 61 issues of the magazine, most with mailing label on back cover, minor wear, generally very good. Several issues have stamps on the cover from the reference library of a socialist publication. Issues present are: Vol. 2, no. 4; Vol. 3 nos. 1, 2, 5; Vol. IV, nos. 3, 6; Vol. V nos. 1, 3-6; Vol. VI, nos. 1-5; Vol. VII nos. 3-5; Vol. VIII nos. 5, 6; Vol. IX nos. 1-4, 6; Vol. X nos. 1-4; Vol. XI nos. 1, 3, 5, 6; Vol. XII nos. 1-6; Vol. XIII nos. 1-6; Vol. 14 nos. 1-3, 6; Vol. 16 nos. 1, 3, 5, 6; Vol. 17 nos. 4, 6; Vol. 18 nos. 1-6; Vol. 19 no. 6.
Journal melding science with radical politics; early issues were produced by autonomous collectives taking turns producing individual numbers, while post-1975 issues were edited in a more centralized fashion. Early issues include materials such as communications from the Black Panthers on providing free science education and critiques of population control (one cover bears the Che Guevara quote "It is easier to kill a guerrilla in the womb than in the mountains"); later issues address topics such as the Star Wars missile defense system and the social challenges of automation in the workplace.