Welcome to the biggest online archive of texts related to Ted Kaczynski!


You can find a full index of the archive here:

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The archive is split into eight main categories:

  • Introductory Texts has tips on how to use and improve the website, plus more.

  • Original Texts are texts that were first published on this website. Feel free to contribute your own essays.

  • Primary Source Documents on Ted K can help researchers understand events as they happened, rather than relying on reflections from years later.

  • The Collected Works of Ted K includes the largest online collection of Ted K’s books, essays, stories, translations, and drawings, plus more.

  • Analyses of Ted’s Ideas & Actions includes political and literary analyses, podcast transcripts, plus more.

  • Suggested Reading contains some potentially valuable lessons that can be drawn from the story of Ted K’s life. Plus, the history of political violence related to Ted K and leftist political groups in contrast.

  • Broader Topics is a wide range of texts that simply shows what else the political violence researchers and true crime fans who frequent this website are reading and find interesting discussing.

  • The Criminal Justice System covers everything from; reading on the legislators who advance prison reforms, to the terrorists and freedom fighters who get prosecuted as criminals, to stories of poor people getting arrested for dumpster diving food to feed their family.

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  • And much more, simply have a look around.

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Although the views of the people Ted bombed are undoubtedly mixed on many subjects, it was reassuring reading this request by William Dennison, the last person Ted addressed a mail bomb to:

I respectfully urge the court, Your Honor, to open all the Kaczynski materials, including the decoded journals, to public scrutiny in the expectation that valuable public safety information may be obtained and used to save many lives. Academician analysts will certainly be able to draw a more accurate picture of the mind of a killer and the connections to eco-terrorism if the original materials are in their hands.

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