Source Kaczynski’s story represents a parable: “Once upon a time there was a continent covered with beautiful pristine wilderness, where giant trees towered over lush mountainsides and rivers ran wild and free through deserts, where raptors soared and beavers labored at their pursuits and people lived in harmony with wild nature, accomplishing every task they […]
All grammatical errors from the originally-published interviews have been retained. It also seems as though part three was never published. Part of this interview has been translated to Spanish by Naturaleza Indomita, an website run by some of Kaczynski’s associates. 1. Theodore Kaczysnki (Unabomber) Answers Questions About His Book And Society Theodore Kaczynski (UNABOMBER) is serving […]
“I think it’s important to recognize that there’s always value in discussing ideas among those with different points of view.”
“I feel like the wilderness is my ally, and my allies give me strength.”
One of our editors has a conversation with Doug Peacock, the inspiration for Ed Abbey’s ‘Hayduke.’
David Skrbina and some Spanish Wildists interview Dave Foreman about conservation, revolution, and the wild.
Renzo interviews IRL, an anti-technology graffiti artist in Chapel Hill.