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Inquiries concerning reproduction outside the scope of the above should be sent to the Rights Department, Oxford University Press, at the address above. ISBN hardback 1. Radicalism—United States—History. Underground literature—United States—History. Explosives—Handbooks, manuals, etc. Weapons—Handbooks, manuals, etc. Political violence—United States—History. Terrorism—United States—History. R3L37 The Science of Revolutionary Warfare 15 2. Sabotage 36 3. The Anarchist Cookbook 64 4.
Hitmen 90 5. Monkeywrenching 6. Ka Fucking Boom 7. Vast Libraries of Jihad and Revolution 8. Many of the documents I viewed were difficult to obtain. Special thanks go to David Foreman, who allowed me special access to his papers at the Denver Public Library, and to Yvonne Creamer, who got me there. I had an invaluable discussion with Jason Scott, who has collected many of the old BBS textfiles and has great insight into those early days of the Internet.
William Powell was willing to correspond with me about his sources for The Anarchist Cookbook. David McBride, of Oxford University Press, was a thoughtful editor and gave many invaluable comments on the manuscript. Richard Bach Jensen shared my enthusiasm for the project and liked to talk about historical anarchism and policing.
Randall Law urged me to think about terrorism and technology in a broader context. With his probing mind, Paul Sunstein helped me work out my conclusions.
At the eleventh hour, Ronen Steinberg provided me with a few crucial insights. This book is built on the work of many fine scholars, too numerous to mention, who have lately been thinking about the histories and consequences of wars on terror. I also owe special thanks to Lissa Blon-Jacot, Jay Jacot, and Maksen Kai Mecher for giving me the moral support, the meals, and the writing space to get the job done. Both were killed in in a secretive drone strike: highly controversial because it involved the assassination of an American citizen without trial.
While some observers wondered whether Khan had been killed for editing a magazine, the Obama administration said he was collateral damage. It was not, however, unhappy at his death. Efforts to control them, suppress them, and use them against public enemies in the United States go back to the nineteenth century, when the l 2 THE WRONG HANDS first anarchist directions for making bombs and dynamite appeared in a Chicago courtroom, leading to the executions of four innocent men who circulated them.
Unresolved questions linger over whether what we read and watch—or simply own in our computers and on our bookshelves—can reveal our states of mind, our predispositions, our beliefs, and our willingness and preparation to act.
During police investigations, popular weapons manuals found on the bookshelves and the computer hard drives of those deemed the wrong hands are instantly taken as signs of their malevolent intentions. In , the US Congress ordered the attorney general to conduct an investigation into the public availability of bomb-making instruction.
Our current understanding is thin and distorted. On the ground, the police look for the same infamous titles in the possession of suspects during searches and seizures. Books and computers are confiscated as evidence of evil intent and conspiracy. The same texts—like The Anarchist Cookbook and its online variants— tend to turn up time and time again: on evidence lists, in court cases, and in news stories. Governing b odies pass laws that enhance the ability of the police to charge suspects with the production and possession of dangerous instructional texts.
Malik won her appeal against these charges. Malik had visited the websites of radical Islamist clerics and had worked at a bookstore at Heathrow airport where she wrote a note on the cash register roll that proclaimed her desire for martyrdom. In the United States, popular weapons manuals have provoked a series of confrontations between radicals and governing authorities over the freedom to circulate potentially dangerous, unclassified technical information.
Print materials have most often entered the courts, but instructional speech may also Introduction 5 be relayed through verbal instructions and audiovisual materials. Generally the texts that have fallen under government scrutiny consist of these types: 1. Training manuals produced by military branches. These are only perceived to be dangerous when alleged criminals and political radicals own them. Popular weapons manuals produced by paramilitary publishers.
Often an anonymous, self-proclaimed expert has compiled the work from a variety of legitimate sources—such as military manuals and science textbooks. The texts aim to translate technical information into the ordinary speech of do-it-yourself DIY popular mechanics. Weapons manuals produced by radicals. These texts have the stated aim of providing weapons information so that their audiences may resist the state.
The DIY ethos becomes a political statement that radicals have the right to the violent knowledge typically controlled by the state. These manuals strongly resemble those produced by military and paramilitary publishers with the exception that they include an introduction and commentary that is overtly political.
Although they contain information found in other sources, the texts are most likely to provoke efforts at suppression. The category does not include classified technical information, which falls under a different set of controls. Authorship of popular weapons manuals is difficult to identify. The genre relies on collation and outright plagiarism as the information is copied from text to text, like culinary recipes. Popular weapons instruction circulates in a variety of venues.
Recipe books for weapons have been found in written form since at least the twelfth century. Paramilitary publishers catering to anti-communist, white supremacist groups appeared in the early s, widely disseminating DIY explosives manuals and reprints of military training manuals that are still circulating today. Photographs in popular weapons instruction are relatively new because of the risks and difficulties of obtaining clear images and the cost of reproduction.
Since the advent of video hosting sites, video versions of older print directions and video demonstrations of amateur experimentation have proliferated. The information found in popular weapons manuals can also be found in other sources and represents a state of common, widely dispersed knowledge about explosives and weapons engineering. It is not classified information. One of the most common arguments against criminalizing popular weapons manuals Introduction 7 is that the information they convey is already in the public sphere.
For these authors, the application of knowledge is not as important as the democratizing of the knowledge that maintains governmental power. The means of rebellion are always present and seemingly concretized in practical knowledge. The mode of address is both to an inside audience of rebellious readers and to an outside audience of authorities exposed as having only a fragile control of knowledge.
Although the vast majority will never apply the information, readers avidly consume and circulate popular weapons manuals, participating as rebels against governmental and corporate control over information. Popular weapons manuals are a form of popular culture, and popular culture has often provided imaginative spaces for experimentation with rebellious identities.
The Wrong Hands The fear of weapons-making capabilities getting into the wrong hands is as old as the nation. O the horiblnes of this vilanie! This is tacitly understood on both sides. Gatekeepers—like journalists and academic experts—allow themselves to read and openly discuss dangerous instructional texts, deciding which parts can be read and shown to the public.
Their discussion of dangerous texts is surrounded by a discourse of fear and anxiety about the wrong hands that establishes their continuing role as the right hands. Because the information is dangerous and fearful, most citizens are willing to go along with this arrangement, trusting experts for a sense of security, but a substantial number of citizens reject that control.
Their dissent lies in reproducing information outside sanctioned venues. The courts and media organs are the theaters for this punishment of speech, although not all judges and editors are willing to play along. Sometimes this speech is tolerated, and sometimes not. Marcuse saw the intolerance of all violence as the prerequisite for a peaceful, truthful, beautiful society. Zizek has been more willing to argue for violence as a possibility. Major newspapers refused to run advertisements for it.
Hoffman made free speech a central argument for his book. In even the most repressive society imaginable, you can get away with some form of private publishing. Steal This Book solicited state suppression—and overreaction—as a way of exposing the sham of tolerance.
Hoffman tweaked the forces of government and the hegemonic mass media with his discourse of cons, dirty tricks, urban sur- vivalism, improvised weapons, and strategies for avoiding the law. It is considered acceptable for certain groups to circulate technical information about explosives, bombs, and other weapons for purposes such as science education and military defense.
For the government, the issue is not technical information itself, but rather who possesses it.
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This book explores why radical groups and alternative publishers have pro¬ duced Politicians, journalists, prosecutors, and police wave these texts before the ists reported on the novelty of homemade weapons, sometimes in great detail, Another of Paladin's prolific authors is Ragnar Benson, who specializes in sur-.
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