A Manual for Revolutionary
and Post-Revolutionary Times
To live in the “state of emergency” as an inevitability, is to live in the state of the revolution. At the time of a revolution, production—whichever form it takes —becomes a means for the movement’s survival, for being active in and contributing to change, even for those who, like me, happen not to be in the same physical space as the revolutionary action. Production processes can themselves become documents of the time of their appearance.
Beyond the startling excitement…