Any book indirectly responsible for massive raids involving helicopters and anti-terrorist police, a splenetic Fox News broadcast and an impromptu book-reading at a Barnes & Noble book shop in New York (also attended by the police) must have something going for it. And so it is with The Coming Insurrection, the kind of political pamphlet last fashionable in the 17th century (and perhaps for a period in the 1960s and ’70s).
For culture jammers, anarchists and malcontents everywhere, The Coming Insurrection is a bracing tonic—an elegant and inspiring call to arms.
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.
This is quite possibly the most evil thing I’ve ever read.
…without a doubt the most thought-provoking radical text to be published in the past ten years. It deserves to be read and discussed.