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I know I'm on your list, Chris, probably a few other refugees are as 
well, so you have surely figured out a way for Canadian residents to 
subscribe online.  Now tell me how.
Ch


On 2019-07-10 9:37 p.m., Chris Dols wrote:
> I know that many of you have been paying attention to the younger 
> generation's efforts to (finally!) revive /Science for the People/. 
> Well, wait no longer, because, after 30 years out of print, a 100-page 
> relaunch issue of our magazine will head to the printers next week and 
> charter subscribers will receive their copies in the mail around the 
> 1st of August.
>
> https://magazine.scienceforthepeople.org/subscribe/
>
> This effort has been a ton of work, and we will be printing and 
> shipping print issues of the magazine 3-times a year for as long as we 
> have the subscription base to sustain us. For the past two years, this 
> effort has been driven by the volunteer efforts of a growing team of 
> activists committed to the legacy of Science for the People. The bulk 
> of the labor behind its production will likely always be volunteer, 
> but we are also prioritizing payment for authors, artists and a 
> managing editor.
>
> So, please become a charter subscriber to the revived /Science for the 
> People/. We will be deciding the size of our first print run based on 
> the number of subscribers we sign up in the next week. So please help 
> us get the new print Science for the People out into the world by 
> subscribing today! (For those receiving the relaunch issue of the 
> magazine as a reward for your contribution to the Kickstarter campaign 
> we organized earlier this year, your subscription will start with 
> Issue No. 2)
>
> https://magazine.scienceforthepeople.org/subscribe/
>
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