Synopses & Reviews
Thinker and revolutionary John Zerzan has been widely credited with inspiring the new generation of antiglobalization activists. Collecting essays and interviews, Running on Emptiness reflects Zerzans wide range of interests, from the political (We All Live in Waco) to the personal (So ... How Did You Become an Anarchist?). This book deftly mixes history, anthropology, science, cultural theory, and politics to offer a critique of society as well as a blueprint for change. John Zerzan ... can now credibly claim the ... honor of being Americas most famous anarchist. Derrick Jensen, Utne Reader
John Zergan, anarcho-primitivist philosopher, ideological friend to Ted Kaczynski, and mentor to the anti-Globalist anarchists who set the world aflame in Seattle and Europe, is back. His anti-technology writings are widely considered the most radical tonic to the crisis of our time.
The Pathology of Civilization. A volume of essays from the man Time and Newsweek accuse of being the chief ideologue behind today's revolutionary protests against technology and capital globalism.
America's most famous anarchist.