內容簡介 Ted Kaczynski brought terror to the United States for nearly two decades. He mailed and hand delivered bombs that targeted airplanes, universities, businesses, and professors. He manufactured homemade explosives and attempted to spark a revolution that rejected and fought against modernization and industrialization. It took the FBI seventeen years to finally catch him, and he gave up a promising career in academics to live a minimalistic life in the wilderness. Creating lengthy manifestos, papers, and essays, he questioned and rejected modern society. He went unsuspected for the 17 years he spent uncaught, and created widespread fear whenever anyone opened a package. He was eventually convicted of domestic terrorism, and his crimes still shake the fabric of American society.