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"Any book indirectly responsible formassive raids involving helicoptersand anti-terrorist police, a spleneticFox News broadcast and an impromptubook-reading at a Barnes & Noble bookshopin New York (also attended by thepolice) must have something going for it.And so it is with The Coming Insurrection,the kind of political pamphlet last fashionablein the 17th century (and perhapsfor a period in the 1960s and '70s)." Nina Power Frieze Magazine
"For culture jammers, anarchists and malcontents everywhere, The Coming Insurrection is a bracing tonic -- an elegant and inspiring call to arms." Kono Matsu Adbusters
"I am not calling for a ban on this book. It's important that you read this book. [...] And let me tell you something: Don't dismiss these people. Don't dismiss them." Glenn Beck Fox News, Glenn Beck Program
"This is quite possibly the most evil thing I've ever read." Glenn Beck Fox News, Glenn Beck Program
"...without a doubt the most thought-provoking radical text to be published in the past ten years. It deserves to be read and discussed." Daniel Miller New Statesman
That being said, I didn't expect this book to be so difficult to read/understand.
Apparently they don't feel there will be any work involved in organizing an insurrection or revolution and then living in communes out in the countryside.
This book is written in a convoluted literary style which is very hard to comprehend.
The book itself is very intriguing, but the Kindle version is improperly formatted, so that sentences end and begin sporadically. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Tyler Champine
I am a prolific reader who has read well over 50,000 books in my lifetime. I also took logic and philiosophy in college where authors often make up their own word definitions. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bruce W. Davis
Written by anarchist. Very insightful into the minds of Revolutionaries who just want to destroy a society.Published 2 months ago by exnavy007