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Claire Wolfe is a libertarian author and columnist. Some of Wolfe's favored topics are gulching or homesteading, firearms, homeschooling, open source technology, and opposition to national ID and the surveillance state or nanny state.

Wolfe's books include such titles as 101 Things to Do 'Til the Revolution and I Am Not a Number!. Wolfe also writes or has written for a number of magazines, notably Backwoods Home Magazine, S.W.A.T. magazine, and DGC Magazine, which covers electronic, metal-backed currencies. A common subject in Wolfe's writing has been the fictional town of Hardyville, a rural libertarian enclave populated by stereotypical characters (Dora-the-Yalie, Bob-the-Nerd, Carty-the-Marine, etc.). When not writing, Wolfe is also an artist specializing in pastel portraits of people and animals and makes and sells jewelry and kaleidoscopes.

Wolfe's first book, 101 Things to Do 'Til the Revolution, was the result of disillusionment with the voting record of Republican Linda Smith of Washington, whose congressional campaign Wolfe had supported in 1994.[1] The book advocated a radical libertarian stance, opposed both major political parties, and encouraged self-sufficiency and actions to minimize the influence of the government in the life of the individual, as well as ideas for monkeywrenching. It was published by Loompanics Unlimited and became an underground bestseller.

Wolfe wrote a column for WorldNetDaily in the late 1990s and has written and blogged irregularly since then. The Freedom Outlaw's Handbook (2004) is a compilation of ideas from Wolfe's first two books, both of which are now out of print.



  • "America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards." — 101 Things to Do 'Til the Revolution (1996)
  • "The one thing freedom lovers need is real community. Not just the community of Web yakking. Not just the community of common ideas and ideals. But a web of institutions that serve freedom's goals." — Would You Move to the State of the Free? (2001) [2]

Published works

  • Tough Times Survival Guide (contributor), Paladin Press, (2009) (ISBN 978-1-58160-711-6)
  • The Freedom Outlaw's Handbook: 179 Things to Do 'Til the Revolution, Paladin Press, (2007) (ISBN 1-58160-578-1)
  • How to Kill the Job Culture Before it Kills You: Living a Life of Autonomy in a Wage-Slave Society (2005) (ISBN 1-55950-247-9)
  • I Am Not a Number!: Freeing America from the Id State (2003) (ISBN 1-55950-232-0)
  • Rebelfire: Out of the Gray Zone (2005) Novel co-authored with Aaron Zelman (ISBN 0-9642304-8-8)
  • The State vs. The People: The Rise of the American Police State (2001) (ISBN 0-9642304-7-X)
  • Think Free to Live Free: A Political Burnout's Guide to Life, Activism and Everything (2001) (ISBN 1-893626-45-8)
  • 101 Things to Do 'Til the Revolution: Ideas and Resources for Self-Liberation, Monkey Wrenching and Preparedness, Breakout Productions; Revised edition (January 1999) (ISBN 1-893626-13-X)
  • Don't Shoot the Bastards (Yet): 101 More Ways to Salvage Freedom (1999) (ISBN 1-55950-189-8)

Film work

  • Innocents Betrayed Documentary Film, 2003, 58 minutes, Director: Aaron Zelman/Writer: Claire Wolfe, JPFO Productions.


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