By Jerry E. Smith
The Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy
The HAARP project in Alaska is one of the controversial projects ever undertaken by the U.S. Government. This futuristic technology is everything from super- beam weapon to world-wide mind control device. Jerry Smith gives us the history of the HAARP project and explains how it can be used as an awesome weapon of destruction. Smith exposes a covert military project and the web of conspiracies behind it. By the end of the book, Smith convinces the reader that HAARP represents the ultimate in science out of control!
Adventures Unlimited Press $14.95 256 pgs. Illustrated
How to Change Your Identity & Erase Bad Credit
By James J. Doolin & Denise Scott
From the Preface: The reasons for wanting to establish a new identity are many. Some people want to protect their privacy and others use them for avoiding the law if warrants have been issued, to run scams, or in the case of illegal immigrants that need proper documentation to live, work and go to school in the U.S. After reading several books on the subject, having had three identities, establishing new identities for a hundred or so illegal immigrants, and two federal convictions I believe I can teach others how to establish a new identity quickly, easily, and with minimum expense. I will identify some pitfalls that you should avoid and give step by step instructions to follow in order to reduce the trial and error process. This book is very thorough and heavily illustrated.
James Doolin (self published) $25.00 No page count Illustrated
Baader Meinhof - Pictures on the Run '67 -'77
Edited by Astrid Proll
This is the story of the RAF (Red Army Faction) / Baader Meinhof. A story of the images that the group has staged, invoked and left behind. They are documents of probably the most dramatic confrontation in the history of the Federal Republic of Germany. They are witnesses of deaths in an undeclared civil war in which the state answered with exaggerated severity. "...indulging in the illusion that a revolution was thinkable..." Black & white pictorial study with text by Astrid Proll ex- RAF member.
Scalo $24.95 140 pgs. Illustrated
Guevara - Also Known as 'Che'
By Paco Ignacio Taibo
Latin American revolutionary figure Ernesto 'Che' Guevara, a symbol of radical egalitarianism and the war against social injustice, was gunned down in the jungles of southeastern Bolivia in 1967. In the thirty years since his death, fascination with Che and his independent and pragmatic brand of guerrilla Marxism has become increasingly more focused.
The author's extensive contacts as a Latin American political activist gave him access to Cuban archives and to insiders who fought alongside Che in Mexico, Cuba, Africa and South America, as well as a previously unknown manuscript written by Guevara himself.
St. Martin's Griffin $17.95 691 pgs. Illustrated
Guy Debord - RevolutionaryA Critical Biography
By Len Bracken
Guy Debord, the major force behind the Situationist International, wrote the book Society of the Spectacle, considered the best expression of revolutionary thought in the 20th century. The influence of Guy Debord ranges from the Paris riots of 1968 to contemporary cinema, even to ideas appropriated by punk rock. This book, the first biography in any language, examines Debord's life, writings, films and ideas.
Guy Debord died in 1994 after shooting himself in the heart.
Feral House $14.95 267 pgs. Illustrated
Richard Kostelanetz - Political Essays From 1959-1998
Edited by Doug Puchowski
"Only thinking that transcends the old pieties and categories - that is clearly beyond both 'left' and 'right' - can discover the new sources of malaise and formulate ideas that will nourish the roots of our future common experience." This collection is culled from four decades of political essays and critical writings from Richard Kostelanetz, anarchist and libertarian. Anyone familiar with his many writings on arts and literature should find these essays both informative and provocative.
Autonomedia $14.95 289 pgs.
Revolutionary RomanticismA Drunken Boat Anthology
Edited by Max Blechman
Revolutionary Romanticism draws on almost two centuries of intertwined traditions of cultural and political subversion. In this collection of writings by artists, scholars and revolutionaries, the transgressions of the past are recaptured and transvalued for the benefit of the struggles of today and tomorrow. Along the way, new light is shed on the radical sensibilities of Novalis, Shelley, Keats, Lord Byron, Blake, Rimbaud and all-but-forgotten episodes of German expressionism, Surrealism and anarchism etc...
City Lights Books $15.95 250 pgs. Illustrated
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