Expect Resistance: A Field Manual

CrimethInc. Workers' Collective

Expect Resistance is not one but three books, each of which may be read as a complete work unto itself. The first book, printed in standard black ink, continues the inquiry into modern life and its discontents begun in Days of War, Nights of Love . Just as that book included improved versions of texts originally published between 1996 and 1999, this book draws on CrimethInc. material from 2000 to 2004, painstakingly refined and augmented with a great deal of new content. The second book, in red ink, is a composite account, related by three narrators, of the adventures and tribulations that inevitably ensue when people pursuing their dreams enter into conflict with the world as it is.

status Copy #1 (453): in
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genre Activism and Human Rights » Activism
publisher CrimethInc. Workers' Collective
publish date April 1, 2002
popularity checked out 15 time(s)


  • By Zach Sylvester -

    As a poetic piece its a pretty good read but there are several flaws when it comes to the authors conveying their thoughts. If you haven’t read Crimethinc its at least worth a flip-through.

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