The Daily Beast, “The Unabomber Is Back to Terrorize America”

He resigned abruptly two years later, and, by 1971, had moved to a remote cabin in Lincoln, Montana, where he lived as a recluse for the next two decades and, as we know now, waged a deadly mail-bombing campaign in the name of anarchism. A “manifesto” he wrote that—along with a tip from his brother—helped lead to his arrest claimed he was motivated by an opposition to modern technology and industrialization.

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