The Joy of Revolution is a short work by Ken Knabb originally published in 1997 in Public Secrets: Collected Skirmishes of Ken Knabb. The Joy of Revolution traverses many topics, from the conceptions of utopia to May 1968 to radical film theory to ecology. The book begins with an overview of the failure of Bolshevism and reformism, it examines the pros and cons of a wide range of radical tactics, then concludes with some speculations on what a liberated society might be like.

The Joy of Revolution by Ken Knabb (Radical Reprint #32)

  • Pattern Books 2021

    New chapbook

    199 pages

    0.48" H x 5.98" L x 4.02" W