I liked a number of the stories:
1. "Engaging the Idrl" by Davin Ireland - an Earth soldier realizes that his army isn't putting down resistance on a new planet, but killing off the natives.
2. "How I Took Care of My Pals" by Elizabeth Sourbut - this is similar to the above, but focuses on clone bodies for the soldiers. If the soldiers start to think, they get loaded into a new body without any ideas of their own.
3. "John Brown's Body - an alternate history" by Lucy Kemnitzer - What if Brown lived and continued his rebellion?
4. "Be the Bomb you Throw" by Katherine Sparrow - a college student is seduced by one of his teachers and led into potential terrorism.
5. "The Last Straw" by Hal Duncan - The UK government has populated the Departments with clones of Jack Straw and various terrorists take them and the unassigned clones out.
6. "The Rural Kitchen" by H. H. Loyche - correspondence between an author and a publisher plus excerpts from the book parallel terrorism.
7. "Minutes of the Labour Party Conference, 2016" by Charles Stross - a chilling portrayal of how governments can take over and make resistance imperative, written up as minutes of a meeting. I think Charlie's story is the best in the book. Concise, clear, and terrifying.