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This book will seem, to most readers, at first glance, to be an anarchist manifesto. And while there is a certain amount of insurrectionist language, what this book is most valuable for is the incredibly precise way in which it aims to change the discussion and perception of power and government at its most basic level. What is the basis of power? Why do we believe so strongly in the need for a government? The Invisible Committee address these questions and many more with a lucidity and conviction that is decidedly lacking in today’s mainstream political discussion. Read this not to be inspired to revolt, but for the much-needed exploration of the nature of power and government in today’s world.

Tom Roberge grew up in Connecticut and has lived in New York since 2001. In that time he's worked at McNally Jackson Booksellers, the literary magazine 'A Public Space', and the book publishers Penguin Books and New Directions. He is co-host - along with Open Letter's Chad Post - of the Three Percent Podcast.
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