I haven't tried cutting through an end link with a pair of bolt cutters, but I found myself wishing I had a pair when I was in the junkyard. If those will work, then it's fairly easy to pull a rear bar:
1) Bring a scissor jack and lug wrench (or find them lying around in the JY
2) Jack up one side, and pull the rear tire
3) Lower it, and repeat on the other side
4) Remove the single bolt holding each bracket and remove the brackets and bushings
5) Cut the two end links (very visible)
6) Snake the sway bar out one side
This is basically what I did, except I didn't have bolt cutters. So I ended up having to fight to get the end link nuts loose, instead of being able to cut them. Had to use a nutbuster on one side, and the other was also a pain. To snake the bar out (I took it out through the driver's side), I removed the three bolts at the gas filler cap, and the one bolt holding the filler tube to the body... so I could push the filler tube down far enough to get the bar through. It might not have been necessary, but the car was on the ground (no tires once I took them off), and a front seat from some other car was pancaked underneath the rear end.