A TALE OF TWO BROTHERS

NO ONE EXPECTED THE UNABOMBER SAGA TO ENCOMPASS A PARABLE AS OLD AND AS POIGNANT AS CAIN AND ABEL

Despite the seven-year difference in their ages, Theodore and David Kaczynski are brothers with a lot in common. Everyone who knows them offers the same descriptions: smart, introspective, quiet. They went to Ivy League schools but didn't use their prestigious degrees to chase the almighty dollar. They both sought solitude in remote parts of the country, where they tried to shed whatever stood between them and the natural world. Both of them appear to have compelling notions about justice. Ted's may have led him to murder. David's led him to turn his brother over to the FBI.

Now that he is...

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