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Want to Nnoches Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Amod. Days of War, Nights of Love: Crimethink for Beginners by CrimethInc. Beautifully designed A-Z of the totality of revolutionary youth politics. Sort of a Situ-inspired Steal This Book for everyday life, love, and how to live it. Heavily illustrated with photos, cartoons, posters, and other useful accoutrements for the new millenium.

Believe the hype, and check out why this is already an underground bestseller. Paperbackpages. Published January 1st by Crimethinc first published January 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Days of War, Nights of Loveplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Days of War, Nights crkmethinc Love.

Lists with This Book. Dec 29, Burkey rated it it was amazing. Nov 08, J rated it did dis like it Recommends it for: Sep 29, Cary Aurand rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Feb 12, Jakey rated it did not like it. I hate this book. Sure it’s easy and fun to be homeless and eat out of dumpsters when you always have your mom to ed back on, visit, and store your hardcore records for you.

View all 3 comments. Jan 26, Andrew rated it it was ok. The first time I read this book was years and years ago. It passed me in the library and I was curious to see how I fe think of it now. Far less now than before. First, I will say that I like the book for it’s sense of purpose and it’s energy.

Days of War, Nights of Love: Crimethink for Beginners by CrimethInc.

The authors, by all means, seem very serious about practical well, so to speak changes both personal and beyond. However, this is truly a very hypocritical book.

Morals, they say, don’t exist and individuals should create their own ethical systems prov The first time I read this book was years and years ago. Morals, they say, don’t exist and individuals should create their own ethical systems provided, naturally, that no moral-like-tenets of western anarchism are breached. The anti-Christian rhetoric is piled on thick and narrow-sighted one of the authors suspiciously claims to be Sufi too?

The call for co-operative, mutual economy is likewise tarnished by boast after boast of how they or others “cheated the system. The first example I came across of anarchist economy, “it’s kind of like throwing a party with your friends, and one person brings the music, the other the food In short, a book that asks a lot of good questions, and offers a lot of dumb answers. Jun 23, Damien rated it liked it.

In the Spring ofall the college age anarchists acted like this was THE book that was going to herald anarchism into the 21st Century. It thought it was cute. I mean, I thought it was juvenile in that it was written as though it was intended to show high school kids that there were better ways to rebel against society than to emulate Marilyn Manson.

It is ironic that many of the people th In the Spring ofall the college age anarchists acted like this was THE book that was going to herald anarchism into the 21st Century. It is ironic that many of the people that hate this book, and CrimethInc in general, are those who were trying to live the very lifestyle it promoted. Most critics seemed to ignore the fact that the book is CrimethInc for beginners.

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And not even Anarchism for Beginners. One “anarchist” said it would be fine if they weren’t promoting anarchism, since CrimethInc is inconsistent with Proudhon and Kropotkin. Another interesting thing about the critics of this book is that I watched these same people over the years and most of them have given up and given into the society they once protested.

Classic Anarchism is fine for some one who is fortunate enough to get a college education, and has the time to debate the revolution over beer. I mean, really, what young Americans raised by working class families, the poor, and minorities care about what it was like in 19th Century Russia?

For beginners in any kind of subversive counterculture, you got to start with something. It would be great if there were other books with the seal of approval from the cliques of the anarchist elite that are available for people other than the followers of the cliques of the anarchist elite.

So, the book is not that great and I am often annoyed by self-described CrimethInc kids, but very few of those college students have any thing better to offer people like me, who was raised by a poor single parent of color.

Apr 09, Josephine rated it it was amazing.

This book, will ruin your life. Did Fight Club or get under your skin, make you feel longing or rebelious?

This book, will push you over. It will make you uncomfortable. And, with any luck, you’ll argue with this book. Don’t just take what it says as gospel. Take what you want from it, what you need. Take the ideas in it as far as you This book, will ruin your life.

Take the ideas in it as far as you want or just think about them. I love that in a book. May 07, Marion rated it it was amazing Shelves: Agreed with most of the criticisms of this book presented here, boiling down to the idea that voluntary temporary homelessness as fulfilling rebellion is only realistic for suburban white boys, and otherwise immensely politically problematic.

Explosion after explosion in my head put everything I took for granted into question, made me ask questions about capitalism, work, relationships, beauty stan Agreed with most of the criticisms of this book presented here, boiling down to the idea that voluntary temporary homelessness as fulfilling rebellion is only realistic for suburban white boys, and otherwise immensely politically problematic.

Explosion after explosion in my head put everything I took for granted into question, made me ask questions about capitalism, work, relationships, beauty standards, the state What a powerful book this was. I hadn’t thought about Crimethinc in years and years when I just stumbled across it on someone’s Goodreads page, but now when I look at my daily life – the questions I still ask, the books I read, the work I do, the relationships I build – I can see its influence everywhere.

My life would not be nearly as amazing if I hadn’t read this book, with its second-hand Nietzschean awareness of human finitude, its radical questions, and its big ideas. Oct 06, Alan rated it really liked it. Say what you will about this book but some years ago, after I finished it at 3 AM, it made me bicycle for 7 hours, deep into the high-end suburbs of Atlanta, to the “order more copies” address on the back where I was invited in to have an awkward conversation with the anonymous author’s mother: It is urgent and contagious and charismatic.

It is smart, and maybe too easy and too harsh, yes, maybe a little narrow, but it is raging and it exults in the inevitability of hypocri Say what you will about this book but some years ago, after I finished it at 3 AM, it made me bicycle for 7 hours, deep into the high-end suburbs of Atlanta, to the “order more copies” address on the back where I was invited in to have an awkward conversation with the anonymous author’s mother: It is smart, and maybe too easy and too harsh, yes, maybe a little narrow, but it is raging and it exults in the inevitability of hypocrisy, and names the poetry and the life of the individual as the single agent of any plausible revolution.

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This is fucking literature kids, and you ought to be honest enough to admit that the reason you hate it is because the acolytes are like all acolytes and the author s have the sack to be the actors of their own well-considered ideals. An example of how Crimethinc works based on the book. English language and all applications thereof used without permission from its inventors, writers, or copywriters.

All parts of this book may be reproduced and transmitted in any form by any means, electronic or mechanical, especially including photocopying if it is done at the expense o An example of how Crimethinc works based on the book. All parts of this book may be reproduced and transmitted in any form by any means, electronic or mechanical, especially including photocopying if it is done at the expense of some unsuspecting corporation.

Other recommended methods include broadcasting readings over pirate radio, reprinting tracts in unwary newspapers, and just signing your own name to this and publishing it as your own work.

Days of War, Nights of Love: Crimethink for Beginners

Any claim relating to copyright’ infringement, advocation of illegal activities, defamation of character, incitement to riot, treason, etc. Jan 26, Nat Smith rated it did not like it. Crimethinc isn’t crimethinc without classism, racism and exploitation.

Let me also clarify that this review refers to Days of War AND Recipes for Disaster which includes the above mentioned how to shoplift section. Either way the attitude still applies. I wish I was privileged enough to be an ex-worker.

Feb 05, Drew rated it really liked it. A lot of people I respect are baggin’ on this, but I think at the time this was important for me to read. If you’re not really used to thinking about radical alternatives to our way of life, then this is kind of a kick in the face of your previously held normative beliefs. When they have a chapter telling you to forget about history, that it doesn’t help anything, or that watching a movie is a bourgeois distraction, it at least makes you consider those things as possibilities, even if they turn A lot of people I respect are baggin’ on this, but I think at the time this was important for me to read.

When they have a chapter telling you to forget about history, that it doesn’t help anything, or that watching a movie is a bourgeois distraction, it at least makes you consider those things as possibilities, even if they turn out to be wrong. Sep 27, Jeff rated it it was amazing. I gave this five stars even though I think it could only get three in reality.

There are five of ’em up there because I think that it’s good that someone put all of these articles in one spot for the kids. I’m glad that the resource is available. But at the same time, I hope the kids go out and find the full-length texts that much of this book came from.

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