Unruly Equality Named One of Top Five Indie Histories for Spring by Foreword Reviews May 27, 2016 by E Foreword Reviews has named Unruly Equality: U.S. Anarchism in the Twentieth Century one of their "Top 5 Indie Histories for Spring 2016." While Cornell’s approach and tone are academic, the book is very readable, making it accessible even outside his field of study. Cornell takes an open stance toward his subject matter and his audience. He passes the energy of his research along through the text, making Unruly Equality the antithesis of scholarly drudgery.Cornell’s book is a perfect fit for a broad array of social and political leaders and thinkers, from young activists who grew up scrawling anarchy symbols on their lockers, to academics who study the means and motives of social change. — Melissa Wuske, Foreword Reviews Read the full review here!