Assange's 7-page introduction to "Cypherpunks: Future and Freedom of the Internet," titled "A Cryptographic Call to Arms." http://cryptome.org/2012/12/assange-crypto-arms.htm Cryptome's review of the book: http://cryptome.org/2012/11/cypherpunks-ffi.htm A pretty good book well above the usual journalistic skim-coating of crypto influence on technology, politics, economics. Reminds that most publication on crypto is not by the actors but by word smith marketers of publicity and reputation. Some of that in the book, but it offers exceptionally astute observations among the four panelists who don't always agree. A wee bit of humor, a bit more about Manning, a good bit of flattery of Julian, and zero about the Swedish cloud overhanging Julian in favor of obsession with US threats. Jeremie Zimmermann is quite thoughtful and eloquent. Pay attention to his comments. Jacob Appelbaum calls the three youngsters "third-generation cypherpunks." And pukes over the Navy cheerleading hacker trainees with patriotic bombast. Andy Muller-Murhgum notes the diversity in those opposing authority by contrasts Italian hackers love of food with the German hackers love of structure. Julian's cloaking the book in Cypherpunks couture is worth pondering.