|author: Paul F. Maul, Crimethinc Workers Collective, CrimethInc. Workers' Collective,||shelved under: Anarchism|
|date: 2001||publisher: Crimethinc Workers Collective|
|content type: book|
Here is a review from Clamor Magazine. It sums up the general idea of the book pretty well, (and we know better than to try and describe it ourselves): "Less of a novel and more of an exploded manifesto, Days of War, Nights of Love might be just what we need. It is the type of book you'd thumb through in the store and actually want to buy (or steal).