> There is a profound chasm between identifying major globalized class
> conflict and doing the education and the collaboration work to at least
> narrow the opportunity for denial and evasion. Historical materialism from
> the comfort of parlor, keyboard, and a conference venue seems a bit thin.
> If people on this list would actually describe what they doing as it
> relates to advocating science for the people as understood by the people,
> it might be a bit more constructive.
"Shall there be no more cakes and ale?" (*Sir Toby Belch). Translated:
Even reds deserve to have just fun once in a while.
The Science for the People journal had both writers & subscribers -- and
the subscribers were not necessarily scientists.
And I don't believe it's really worthwhile to parade one's local
political work on an e-list. It's too much like Coriolanus being forced
to show his wounds to the plebes for their votes. ;->