no pop will mail it directly to you, and you can learn how to synthesize LSD, sabotage phone lines, and make weapons out of empty beer cans.
Written by William Powell, "the Anarchist Cookbook" represents a peak of counterculture era published as a protest against United States involvement in the Vietnam War. The author's subsequent religious awakening in 1976 prompted an attempt to remove his dangerous book from circulation, but failed due to copyright issues with the books original publisher. "Cookbook'"was is circulation until the 1990's, long enough for the author to publicly regret its existence.
This book is a prime example of subversive- counterculture publications distributed prior to the inception of the internet.