Best Anarchist Books In December 2022

If you aren't someone who makes frequent purchases, selecting the anarchist books won't be an easy chore for you. However, you shouldn't be concerned because we have provided you with the most comprehensive list possible of the top best anarchist books. Have a look at the products on our list, and pick the ones that appeal to you the most.

We researched and tested 270 anarchist books in the market to get you the list of the best anarchist books. Our most recommended product is Chumley, Cheryl K. Anarchist Books. Check out our best [count] for all of our favorites, and be sure to read our buying guide to get all the information you need to make the best choice!

Editor's Choice
LOCKDOWN: The Socialist Plan to Take Away Your Freedom</h3>    Chumley, Cheryl K.    Salcedo, Chris
9.7
LOCKDOWN: The Socialist Plan to Take Away Your Freedom Chumley, Cheryl K. Salcedo, Chris
Premium Pick
The Anarchist Cookbook</h3>    Powell, William     www.snowballpublishing.com    Jun 26, 2013
9.4
The Anarchist Cookbook Powell, William www.snowballpublishing.com Jun 26, 2013
Budget Pick
Industrial Society and Its Future</h3>    Kaczynski, Theodore John    Independently published    Apr
9.1
Industrial Society and Its Future Kaczynski, Theodore John Independently published Apr

Top 10 Best Anarchist Books Reviews 2022

1. LOCKDOWN: The Socialist Plan to Take Away Your Freedom</h3> Chumley, Cheryl K. Salcedo, Chris

LOCKDOWN: The Socialist Plan to Take Away Your Freedom</h3>    Chumley, Cheryl K.    Salcedo, Chris
9.8
By - Chumley, Cheryl K.

2. The Anarchist Cookbook</h3> Powell, William www.snowballpublishing.com Jun 26, 2013

The Anarchist Cookbook</h3>    Powell, William     www.snowballpublishing.com    Jun 26, 2013
9.8
By - Powell, William

3. Industrial Society and Its Future</h3> Kaczynski, Theodore John Independently published Apr

Industrial Society and Its Future</h3>    Kaczynski, Theodore John    Independently published    Apr
9.8
By - Kaczynski, Theodore John

4. The Anarchist Handbook</h3> Malice, Michael Rothbard, Murray Stirner, Max Proudhon,

The Anarchist Handbook</h3>    Malice, Michael    Rothbard, Murray    Stirner, Max    Proudhon,
9.8
By - Malice, Michael

5. The Unabomber Manifesto: Industrial Society and Its Future</h3> Unabomber, The WingSpan

The Unabomber Manifesto: Industrial Society and Its Future</h3>     Unabomber, The    WingSpan
9.8
By - Unabomber, The

6. The Conquest of Bread</h3> Kropotkin, Peter Independently published Aug 14, 2017

The Conquest of Bread</h3>    Kropotkin, Peter    Independently published     Aug 14, 2017
9.8
By - Kropotkin, Peter

7. Against Method</h3> Feyerabend, Paul Hacking, Ian Verso May 11, 2010 Philosophy

Against Method</h3>    Feyerabend, Paul    Hacking, Ian    Verso    May 11, 2010    Philosophy
9.8
By - Feyerabend, Paul
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8. TAZ: The Temporary Autonomous Zone</h3> Bey, Hakim Autonomedia Jun 1, 2003

  • Used Book in Good Condition

9. Mutual Aid: A Factor in Evolution</h3> Kropotkin, Peter Oct 6, 2017

Mutual Aid: A Factor in Evolution</h3>    Kropotkin, Peter    Oct 6, 2017
9.8
By - Kropotkin, Peter

10. On Anarchism</h3> Noam Chomsky Nathan Schneider The New Press Nov 5, 2013

  • New Press

Frequently Asked Question

1. Is there a modern anarchist cookbook?

It became known as the 'electronic Anarchist Cookbook' and included many new methods for mayhem written by authors calling themselves Exodus, The Jolly Roger and more. As a result, there now exists an Anarchy Cookbook 2000 and other versions. These new iterations have been stripped of the ideology in Powell's text.

2. Who are some famous anarchists?

Two influential authors in European individualist anarchists are Friedrich Nietzsche (see Anarchism and Friedrich Nietzsche) and Georges Palante. From the legacy of Proudhon and Stirner there emerged a strong tradition of French individualist anarchism. An early figure was Anselme Bellegarrigue.

3. What is anarchist theory?

Anarchism is a political philosophy and movement that is skeptical of all justifications for authority and seeks to abolish the institutions they claim maintain unnecessary coercion and hierarchy, typically including, though not necessarily limited to, governments, nation states, and capitalism.

4. What is an anarcho syndicalist commune?

Anarcho-syndicalism is a political philosophy and anarchist school of thought that views revolutionary industrial unionism or syndicalism as a method for workers in capitalist society to gain control of an economy and thus control influence in broader society.