I recently read The Most Revolutionary Act, by Stuart Jeanne Bramhall. It’s a harrowing account of her life as an activist in Seattle, and the harassment she (yes, she) endured and the sabotage she observed. The book is quite good; it’s certainly entertaining, and it can serve as a introductory manual for activists. Bramhall now lives in New Zealand, and produces an excellent blog. On the “about” page I commented (as metrobusman) at some length on the book. The string begins on May 20, and is worth reading if you are interested in this topic. She also provided links to some of the work of Michael Barker, which is really very good.
Link to Bramhall’s blog here: