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Best Anarchy Books You Should Read

Here is a list of the best Anarchy books, some I have read myself, some that I did research on, and all have great reviews!

On Anarchism (2013)

 Best Anarchy Books You Should ReadOn Anarchism provides the reasoning behind Noam Chomsky’s fearless lifelong questioning of the legitimacy of entrenched power. In these essays, Chomsky redeems one of the most maligned ideologies, anarchism, and places it at the foundation of his political thinking. Chomsky’s anarchism is distinctly optimistic and egalitarian.
Author(s): Noam Chomsky, Nathan Schneider

Anarchy (Hive Trilogy) (Volume 2) (2016)

 Best Anarchy Books You Should ReadDid Charlie Bennett ever tell you that vampires are evil spawn? Well they are! She’s had just about enough of them and when the unthinkable happens, she decides it might just be time to use her blood as a weapon against them. It’s time for a little anarchy.
Author(s): Leia Stone, Jaymin Eve

Anarchy: The Hunger Games for a new generation (2018)

 Best Anarchy Books You Should ReadRival factions have taken over, fighting each other for survival with no loyalty to anyone but their own. At 21, Hayden has taken over Blackwing and is one of the youngest leaders in the area. In protecting his camp from starvation, raids from other factions and the threat of being kidnapped, he has enough to worry about before he finds Grace. The daughter of the head of the rival camp Greystone, she is slow to trust anyone, much less the leader of those she has been trained to kill.
Author(s): Megan DeVos

Practical Anarchy: The Freedom of the Future (2017)

 Best Anarchy Books You Should ReadImagine a world without government – this thought exercise seems impossible for many, because the power and reach of state monopolies is so omnipresent in our lives.
Author(s): Stefan Molyneux

Moon Is Harsh Mistres (1984)

 Best Anarchy Books You Should ReadPaperback Publisher: Berkley; Later Printing edition (June 15, 1984) Language: English ISBN-10: 0425075710 ISBN-13: 978-0425075715 Package Dimensions: 7 x 4.2 x 0.8 inches Shipping Weight: 8 ounces Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 654 customer reviews Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,137,474 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #8081 in Colonization Science Fiction #39743 in Business Leadership (Books) Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Author(s): Robert A. Heinlein

The Coming Anarchy: Shattering the Dreams of the Post Cold War (2001)

 Best Anarchy Books You Should ReadRobert Kaplan, bestselling author of , offers up scrupulous, far-ranging insights on the world to come in a spirited, rousing, and provocative book that has earned a place at the top of the reading lists of the world’s policy makers. The end of the Cold War has not ushered in the global peace and prosperity that many had anticipated.
Author(s): Robert D. Kaplan

Return of a King: The Battle for Afghanistan, 1839-42 (2014)

 Best Anarchy Books You Should ReadIn 1839, nearly 20,000 British troops poured through the mountain passes into Afghanistan and installed the exiled Shah Shuja on the throne as their puppet. But after little more than two years, the Afghans exploded into rebellion. The British were forced to retreat—and were then ambushed in the mountains by simply-equipped Afghan tribesmen. Just one British man made it through.
Author(s): William Dalrymple

Anarchy and Christianity (2011)

 Best Anarchy Books You Should ReadJacque Ellul blends politics, theology, history, and exposition in this analysis of the relationship between political anarchy and biblical faith. While he clarifies the views of each and how they can be related, his aim is not to proselytize either anarchists into Christianity or Christians into anarchy.
Author(s): Jacques Ellul

Anarchy Evolution: Faith, Science, and Bad Religion in a World Without God (2011)

 Best Anarchy Books You Should Read“Take one man who rejects authority and religion, and leads a punk band. Take another man who wonders whether vertebrates arose in rivers or in the ocean….Put them together, what do you get?
Author(s): Greg Graffin, Steve Olson

Absolute Anarchy (2016)

 Best Anarchy Books You Should ReadDESCRIPTION:Absolute Anarchy Is The Preppers Bible. Learn the things you must know and acquire the skills you need to survive a state of Absolute Anarchy.There is a strong sense permeating the psyche of millions of Americans that our country is currently experiencing a constitutional crisis, an economic collapse, and the potential for a major Islamic terrorist attack, any of which will bring about a societal collapse.
Author(s): Johnny Jacks

Sons of Anarchy Legacy Edition Book One (2019)

 Best Anarchy Books You Should ReadThe hit comic series based on the popular Sons of Anarchy TV series returns in these beautiful value-priced Legacy Edition collections.The Sons of Anarchy TV series captivated fans around the world with its smart plotting, compelling characters, and modern vision of the outlaw genre. Now, BOOM!
Author(s): Christopher Golden, Ed Brisson, et al.

Sons of Anarchy Legacy Edition Book Two (2019)

 Best Anarchy Books You Should ReadOfficially licensed and part of the SONS OF ANARCHY TV Series canon, this series tells the further adventures of the SAMCRO motorcycle club that fans didn’t see on television.The Sons of Anarchy are more than a club, more than a gang, more than an organization: they are a brotherhood. However, when it comes to the Sons of Anarchy, one mistake is all it takes to fall from graceand into violence.
Author(s): Ed Brisson, Ryan Ferrier, et al.

Anarchy Unbound: Why Self-Governance Works Better Than You Think (Cambridge Studies in Economics, Choice, and Society) (2014)

 Best Anarchy Books You Should ReadIn Anarchy Unbound, Peter T. Leeson uses rational choice theory to explore the benefits of self-governance. Relying on experience from the past and present, Professor Leeson provides evidence of anarchy “working” where it is least expected to do so and explains how this is possible.
Author(s): Peter T. Leeson

Sons of Anarchy: Bratva (2015)

 Best Anarchy Books You Should ReadSet between the third and fourth episodes of season four of the groundbreaking television drama Sons of Anarchy, from the mind of Executive Producer Kurt Sutter…With half of the club recently released from Stockton State Penitentiary, and the Galindo drug cartel bringing down heat at every turn, the MC already has its hands full. Yet Jax Teller the V.P. of SAMCRO has another problem to deal with.
Author(s): Christopher Golden, Kurt Sutter

Best Anarchy Books You Should Read

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From Anarchy to Power: The Net Comes of Age

Author(s): Wendy M. Grossman.
ID: 3446592, Publisher: New York University Press, Year: c2001., Size: 1 Mb, Format: pdf

Time of Anarchy: Indigenous Power and the Crisis of Colonialism in Early America

Author(s): Matthew Kruer
ID: 3242505, Publisher: Harvard University Press, Year: 2022, Size: 28 Mb, Format: pdf

The Anarchy of Nazi Memorabilia

Author(s): Michael Hughes
ID: 3292139, Publisher: Routledge, Year: 2022, Size: 6 Mb, Format: epub

Please note that this booklist is not final. Some books are absolutely chart-busters according to USA Today, others are composed by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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