Regarding that reference from Kelly More, she contacted Sftp while
i was volunteering at the Sftp Office, and she most recently was
a sociology profesor at Barnard College. My last email address for
her was [log in to unmask] It would be worthwile contacting
her because she wrote an entire thesis on the radical science movement.
She was quite thorough, going to a library at woods hole oceanographic
because it was the only source of some very early SftP issues. Her
thesis might have focused only on the early years, but I'm not sure.
At 01:27 PM 8/30/00 -0400, you wrote:
>Can anyone tell me some good sources to consult to learn about the
>formation and early history of SftP? I'm especially interested to know
>about it during the mid to late 1970s--but also earlier, if it existed
>earlier. I have access to some SftP magazines, although I haven't used them
>yet. Are there any standard historical treatments of it out there? Thanks.
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