Malalai Joya and am very impressed. It's very intense, describing the political history of Afghanistan's last 30 years of foreign occupation in a very personal way as it follows Malalai's life. I picked up the book in November after hearing her speak in Pasadena. Her message is clear. Democracy cannot be forced on any country, "freedom is something a people must work for and cannot be imposed on them". Obviously, she doesn't feel that the US has "liberated" her people at all.
Crimes of Dissent" by Jarret Lovell, a professor at California State University at Fullerton and a friend of the LA Catholic Worker. His book on civil disobedience features Jeff and other members of the LACW community. It's also an inspiring tribute to people power and philosophical anarchism.