"I'm really surprised they did it," TIME's Richard Zoglin says of the decision by The New York Times and the Washington Post to publish the unaltered, 35,000-word Unabomber manifesto in today's Post. "These are two papers who closely guard their journalistic integrity, so this makes their giving in to a terrorist's demands even more unusual." The two papers split the $35,000 cost of the eight-page spread. Publishers of both dailies had debated whether or not to print the essay since April, when the bomber sent it to them with the warning that he would kill again if it was not published in its entirety by September 24. Attorney General Janet Reno and FBI director Louis Freeh recommended publication, hoping to stop the bomber who has killed three people and injured 23 more in 17 years.