Yet, the number of copies of the manifesto that were mailed in 1995, and ultimately in 1996, was not expected to be great, as Kaczynski wrote about the need to post a copy to the post office every day for a month after the mailing of the manifesto, to make it appear as if it were very important. In the end, the mailing of the manifesto and the bombings created a debate about technological change.
Theodore Kaczynski's lawyer, Richard B. Miller, argued that his parents were killed because they were the right-wing political activists that they were. He claimed that his parents were very conservative and opposed to the welfare state and to abortion. Miller argued that his son was unable to comprehend the consequences of his actions, and that there was no proof of any motive. He also argued that the Unabomber was a misguided, misguided man who did not understand what he was doing.
In 1996, Kaczynski was declared competent to stand trial on the federal charges of the bombings and the manifesto. His father, Theodore Kaczynski, was declared competent to stand trial for the murders of his parents. He pleaded not guilty to the four murders, and not guilty by reason of insanity to the bombing charges. As the trial progressed, Theodore Kaczynski's defense focused on the psychopathy of his son. He claimed that his son was psychotic, with schizophrenia; therefore he could not give consent to the punitive actions against him.
Today, most of the work that goes into a literary publication is done by a small number of people in a large corporation, often in a large and anonymous office building. But by using technology to connect writers with readers, Amazon has found a way to create small-scale publications that are worth reading, while creating more jobs for writers than traditional publishing. When I think about the six of us I work with at The Imaginary Books , we are lucky to have an office, but we have to work to pay the rent. Amazon has no such limits. Even if a reader doesn't buy a book, he or she can still follow the author's life online with an RSS feed, or even more efficiently with a social media account.
The original manifesto, and the subsequent court documents and pamphlets, are held in the Rare Books and Manuscript Collection of the University of Pennsylvania. According to both the FBI and the Library of Congress, the manifesto is the most frequently downloaded document in the US. It remains popular on the Internet, as well as having been reprinted and sold as a book, and has been translated into several languages. Several prominent figures have cited passages from the manifesto, including President Gerald Ford, social theorist Herbert Marcuse, and theologian John Shelby Spong.
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