"Well why mess about to start with? The History of the United State that the United States doesn't want you to read. Hit the scene in 1980, Second Edition unlikely to please any Presidents thereafter."
"So many offerings, which one to choose? As good a place as any to start with Chomsky. The alphabet of Western war crimes, and unfortunately for the perpetrators printed in the English tongue to boot."
"''Man was born free, and he is everywhere in chains'' Till anyone again lands as powerful a literary knockout as that with their first punch, Rousseau's misunderstood masterpiece will just have to do."
"Cuts through the cr/\p that invariably surrounds this wonderful individual. Beautiful account by a close friend; a compulsory read for every suburban revolutionary with Ché t-shirt tucked into Levi's."