Tag Archives: bolsheviks

Misc. Notes on Misc. Notes

I I fear that some of my readers will run too far with my idea of a viral “psychotherapeutic method” (“Misc. Notes,” IV). I can only reiterate what I’ve stated before (“On My Ignorance and Isolation“) — these are notes. I only make them public because of an inextricable dependence on an audience to sort […]

Notes on Revolution, or Reaction

I My early disbelief in revolution was cured rather effectively by studying the history of revolutions, by a book explaining the Bolsheviks’ radical political tactics, and by a book explaining the psychology of mass movements. All were the result of suggestions from Ted Kaczynski when we corresponded. Of course, all radicals have goals and purposes […]

Letters: Ted Kaczynski to David Skrbina (Jan-Aug 2004)

For the endnotes to these letters, please refer to the PDF of Technological Slavery. You can also view HTML versions of all correspondence between David Skrbina and Ted Kaczynski, as well as all the texts in the book. 2 Jan 2004 I’ve been able to identify only three ways (apart from modest reforms) in which […]