Recipes for Disaster
Title Recipes for Disaster PDF eBook
Author CrimeInc Worker's Collective
Publisher CrimethInc. Collective
Pages 628
Release 2004
Genre Cooking
ISBN 0970910142

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Beautifully designed A-Z of the totality of revolutionary politics. This brand new Crimethinc book is the action guide - the direct action guide. From affinity groups to wheatpasting, coalition building, hijacking events, mental health, pie-throwing, shoplifting, stenciling, supporting survivors of domestic violence, surviving a felony trial, torches, and whole bunch more. Incredible design, and lots of graphics give it that hip situ feel. Loads to read, to think about, and to do. At 650 pages, you could always throw the damn book at a suitable target. What are you waiting for?



Recipes for Disaster
Title Recipes for Disaster PDF eBook
Author CrimethInc
Publisher Crimethinc
Pages 0
Release 2012
Genre Anarchism
ISBN 9780970910189

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"Three years in the making, Recipes for Disaster is the long-awaited follow-up to the CrimethInc. collective’s notorious first book, Days of War, Nights of Love. This 400-page manual complements the romance and idealism of that earlier work with practical information and instruction. Over thirty collectives collaborated in testing, composing, and editing the book’s 62 sections, which range from Affinity Groups, Coalition Building, and Mental Health to Sabotage, Squatting, and Wheatpasting. These are illustrated with extensive technical diagrams and first-hand accounts, and prefaced with a thorough discussion of the diverse roles direct action can play in social transformation. If you’re looking for a tactical handbook for revolutionary action, look no further." -- Publisher's website



The Anarchist Cookbook 2.0
Title The Anarchist Cookbook 2.0 PDF eBook
Author Nicki Lynne
Publisher
Pages 0
Release 2023-04-29
Genre
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In this book, Nicki and Brittany have taken inspiration from William Powell's original, The Anarchist Cookbook, from 1971.Instead of making a book based on defense, tact, and protection, these ladies are arming the public with Dynamite recipes that were collected from freedom lovers from across the globe. Using a play-on-words and a bit of wit our pages pack a visual and pallet punch. We share a variety of recipes for every level of culinary expertise. We hope you enjoy this book as much as we have enjoyed collaborating to bring it to you.



The Anarchist Cookbook
Title The Anarchist Cookbook PDF eBook
Author Keith McHenry
Publisher See Sharp Press
Pages 449
Release 2015-09-29
Genre Cooking
ISBN 1937276783

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From the cofounder of Food Not Bombs, an action-oriented guide to anarchism, social change, and vegan cooking Unlike the original Anarchist Cookbook, which contained instructions for the manufacture of explosives, this version is both a cookbook in the literal sense and also a "cookbook" of recipes for social and political change. The coffee-table–sized book is divided into three sections: a theoretical section explaining what anarchism is and what it isn't; information on organizational principles and tactics for social and political change; and finally, numerous tasty vegan recipes from one of the cofounders of the international Food Not Bombs movement.



Black flags and social movements
Title Black flags and social movements PDF eBook
Author Dana M. Williams
Publisher Manchester University Press
Pages 201
Release 2017-11-17
Genre Political Science
ISBN 152610556X

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Anarchism may be the most misunderstood political ideology of the modern era, and one of the least studied social movements by English-speaking scholars. Black flags and social movements addresses this deficit with an in-depth analysis of contemporary anarchist movements as interpreted by social movement theories and political sociology. Using unique data gathered by anarchists themselves, Williams presents longitudinal and international analyses that focus upon who anarchists are, and where they may be found. Social movement ideas including political opportunity, new social movements, and social capital theory, are relevant and adaptable to understanding anarchist movements. Due to their sometimes limited numbers and identities as radical anti-authoritarians, anarchists often find themselves collaborating with numerous other social movements, bringing along their values, ideas and tactics.



The Anarchist Cookbook
Title The Anarchist Cookbook PDF eBook
Author William Powell
Publisher Bibliotheca Press
Pages 0
Release 2002
Genre Anarchism
ISBN 9780974458908

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The cult classic of 1960s radicalism offers instructions on various methods of resistance to government authority, including the making of explosives.



Cookbook Politics
Title Cookbook Politics PDF eBook
Author Kennan Ferguson
Publisher University of Pennsylvania Press
Pages 160
Release 2020-05-29
Genre Political Science
ISBN 0812252268

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An original and eclectic view of cookbooks as political acts Cookbooks are not political in conventional ways. They neither proclaim, as do manifestos, nor do they forbid, as do laws. They do not command agreement, as do arguments, and their stipulations often lack specificity — cook "until browned." Yet, as repositories of human taste, cookbooks transmit specific blends of flavor, texture, and nutrition across space and time. Cookbooks both form and reflect who we are. In Cookbook Politics, Kennan Ferguson explores the sensual and political implications of these repositories, demonstrating how they create nations, establish ideologies, shape international relations, and structure communities. Cookbook Politics argues that cookbooks highlight aspects of our lives we rarely recognize as political—taste, production, domesticity, collectivity, and imagination—and considers the ways in which cookbooks have or do politics, from the most overt to the most subtle. Cookbooks turn regional diversity into national unity, as Pellegrino Artusi's Science in the Kitchen and the Art of Eating Well did for Italy in 1891. Politically affiliated organizations compile and sell cookbooks—for example, the early United Nations published The World's Favorite Recipes. From the First Baptist Church of Midland, Tennessee's community cookbook, to Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking, to the Italian Futurists' proto-fascist guide to food preparation, Ferguson demonstrates how cookbooks mark desires and reveal social commitments: your table becomes a representation of who you are. Authoritative, yet flexible; collective, yet individualized; cooperative, yet personal—cookbooks invite participation, editing, and transformation. Created to convey flavor and taste across generations, communities, and nations, they enact the continuities and changes of social lives. Their functioning in the name of creativity and preparation—with readers happily consuming them in similar ways—makes cookbooks an exemplary model for democratic politics.