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The Unabomber: The Man, the Myth, and the Manifesto

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From The Harvard Crimson’s Fifteen Minutes Magazine, writers Jem K. Williams '25 and Maya M. F. Wilson '24 take a closer look at the public image of the Unabomber. The serial bomber, caught in the 1990s, continues to remain a fixture in the imaginations of countless podcast hosts, documentary makers, and journalists — why? As they break down the common stories used to explain his path to violence and examine the aftershocks of the publication of his manifesto, they’ll explore the dark spaces of the internet, the true crime industry, and the responsibility of the media as a whole. Producer - Frank S. Zhou '26 Editors - Amber H. Levis '25, Io Y. Gilman '25, and Frank S. Zhou '26 Fact-Checker - Sammy Duggasani '25 Original score by - Benjy Wall-Feng '25 Cover Design by - Sami E. Turner '25 Other editors include - Managing Editor Brandon L. Kingdollar '24 and Associate Managing Editor Meimei Xu '24 With help from - Joey Huang '24, Jina H. Choe '26, Sedina A. Ackuayi '25, and Charles Fishman '83, with special thanks to Joey Huang. Photos courtesy of “Every Last Tie.” Audio recordings of New York Times headlines, Alston S. Chase ’57’s article in The Atlantic, and Ted Kaczynski’s writing are recreations, not original recordings.
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From The Harvard Crimson’s Fifteen Minutes Magazine, writers Jem K. Williams '25 and Maya M. F. Wilson '24 take a closer look at the public image of the Unabomber. The serial bomber, caught in the 1990s, continues to remain a fixture in the imaginations of countless podcast hosts, documentary makers, and journalists — why? As they break down the common stories used to explain his path to violence and examine the aftershocks of the publication of his manifesto, they’ll explore the dark spaces of the internet, the true crime industry, and the responsibility of the media as a whole. Producer - Frank S. Zhou '26 Editors - Amber H. Levis '25, Io Y. Gilman '25, and Frank S. Zhou '26 Fact-Checker - Sammy Duggasani '25 Original score by - Benjy Wall-Feng '25 Cover Design by - Sami E. Turner '25 Other editors include - Managing Editor Brandon L. Kingdollar '24 and Associate Managing Editor Meimei Xu '24 With help from - Joey Huang '24, Jina H. Choe '26, Sedina A. Ackuayi '25, and Charles Fishman '83, with special thanks to Joey Huang. Photos courtesy of “Every Last Tie.” Audio recordings of New York Times headlines, Alston S. Chase ’57’s article in The Atlantic, and Ted Kaczynski’s writing are recreations, not original recordings.
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