War at Home: Covert Action Against U.S. Activists and What

War at Home: Covert Action Against U.S. Activists and What

War at Home: Covert Action Against U.S. Activists and What We Can Do About It (South End Press Pamphlet Series, No. 6) [EPUB] ✰ War at Home: Covert Action Against U.S. Activists and What We Can Do About It (South End Press Pamphlet Series, No. 6) By Brian Glick – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk This is a must handbook for private study and group discussion by all progressive and radical activists Today's defense depends on our knowledge of yesterday's repression The message the political pol This is a must handbook for Home: Covert PDF º private study and group discussion by all progressive and radical activists Today's defense depends on our knowledge of yesterday's repression The message the political police haven't forgotten us we can't afford War at Epub / to forget them and their methods Philip Agee former CIA agent.


4 thoughts on “War at Home: Covert Action Against U.S. Activists and What We Can Do About It (South End Press Pamphlet Series, No. 6)

  1. Ryan Mishap Ryan Mishap says:

    Brief overview of COINTELPRO and continued US government operations against political groups throughout the 1980's This was published in 1989 and desparately needs to be updated to include all the recent cop assaults on the anti globalization movement anarchists and the Green Scare His suggestions on how to deal with counter insurgency operations should be read by everyone


  2. Josh Josh says:

    This is a must read for anyone involved in left wing activism in the United States It gives a nice history of the FBI's usage of covert action against progressive and radical groups in America I suggest taking notes and sharing them and the book with fellow activists and friends


  3. Jenae Jenae says:

    An interesting and useful book and a uick read Pretty frightening


  4. Sherrie Miranda Sherrie Miranda says:

    This is non fiction though it is not as cut and dry as one might expect There are cartoons to go along with this exposure of the FBI's COINTELPRO operation against US citizens There are copies of anonymous letters sent by the FBI to cause problems between couples by claiming their spouse was sleeping with other people in the movement The movements could be against police brutality the labor movement women's rights as well as Gay and lesbian rights I have direst knowledge of the FBI activities against the anti war movements in Central America and can tell you that what Brian Glick writes here is absolutely trueWe personally had death threat calls whenever we had speakers from Central America naming names of people in our group usually the Central Americans We had at least one infiltrator possibly All of this activity is detailed in the book along with what to do if 1 you were visited by the FBI 2 if your organization is infiltrated or if any other issues come up like someone trying to foment anger between people or foment racism among membersThe anti racism movement leftist and other groups that have risen up in the past few years could learn a lot from a book like thisBest of luck to you allSherrieDo you know ab my debut novel “Secrets Lies in El Salvador”? A young American woman goes to war torn El Salvador husband made a video for my novel He wrote the song too


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4 thoughts on “War at Home: Covert Action Against U.S. Activists and What We Can Do About It (South End Press Pamphlet Series, No. 6)

  1. Ryan Mishap Ryan Mishap says:

    Brief overview of COINTELPRO and continued US government operations against political groups throughout the 1980's This was published in 1989 and desparately needs to be updated to include all the recent cop assaults on the anti globalization movement anarchists and the Green Scare His suggestions on how to deal with counter insurgency operations should be read by everyone

  2. Josh Josh says:

    This is a must read for anyone involved in left wing activism in the United States It gives a nice history of the FBI's usage of covert action against progressive and radical groups in America I suggest taking notes and sharing them and the book with fellow activists and friends

  3. Jenae Jenae says:

    An interesting and useful book and a uick read Pretty frightening

  4. Sherrie Miranda Sherrie Miranda says:

    This is non fiction though it is not as cut and dry as one might expect There are cartoons to go along with this exposure of the FBI's COINTELPRO operation against US citizens There are copies of anonymous letters sent by the FBI to cause problems between couples by claiming their spouse was sleeping with other people in the movement The movements could be against police brutality the labor movement women's rights as well as Gay and lesbian rights I have direst knowledge of the FBI activities against the anti war movements in Central America and can tell you that what Brian Glick writes here is absolutely trueWe personally had death threat calls whenever we had speakers from Central America naming names of people in our group usually the Central Americans We had at least one infiltrator possibly All of this activity is detailed in the book along with what to do if 1 you were visited by the FBI 2 if your organization is infiltrated or if any other issues come up like someone trying to foment anger between people or foment racism among membersThe anti racism movement leftist and other groups that have risen up in the past few years could learn a lot from a book like thisBest of luck to you allSherrieDo you know ab my debut novel “Secrets Lies in El Salvador”? A young American woman goes to war torn El Salvador husband made a video for my novel He wrote the song too

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