The Anarchist Cookbook
The Anarchist Cookbook – a manual on the use of conventional raw materials, substances and items for the production of drugs, weapons, explosive devices, poisons at home. Written in the late 1960s (published in 1971 ) by the American William Powell (William Powell) as a protest against the war of the American government in Vietnam. Despite its name, the book has no direct connection with the anarchist movement. In subsequent years, due to the potential danger of the book, she was methodically withdrawn from the turnover by special services of different countries. It is believed that the process was completed with complete success, and by the beginning of the 1990s there was one section from the initial text in the book – about narcotic substances. Until now, although the book is available in the US, it remains banned in a number of other countries.