‘Anarchist Cookbook’ blamed for ISIS-inspired terror plan

The recent arrests of two New York women for allegedly planning an Islamic State-inspired attack in America has brought the spotlight onto controversial literature, specifically a 1970s book known as ‘The Anarchist Cookbook.’ While people like Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) have condemned the work and believes things like it should be banned, critics are more concerned with the methods and lack of accountability in America’s security community. Ben Swann interviews author and critic Heidi Boghosian about the growing concerns.

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