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Worth mentioning that Peter Lamborn Wilson has talked about many things in 40+ books over the years. He certainly has never emphasized violent struggle as much as other writers. This maybe comes from his involvement in 60s radicalism that was defeated. The 80s and 90s were a certain context, especially prior to Seattle in '99. He has often valorized the Luddites and eco-sabotage. He also alludes to have been an anarchist bomber in the sixties in Heresies: Anarchist Memoirs, Anarchist Art. His books are very rich and I'd encourage anyone to read beyond TAZ.