Industrial Society and its Future
(The Unabomber's Manifesto)
by Ted Kaczynski
1995

I. INTRODUCTION
II. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MODERN LEFTISM
III. FEELINGS OF INFERIORITY
IV. OVERSOCIALIZATION
V. THE POWER PROCESS
VI. SURROGATE ACTIVITIES
VII. AUTONOMY
VIII. SOURCES OF SOCIAL PROBLEMS
IX. DISRUPTION OF THE POWER PROCESS IN MODERN SOCIETY
X. HOW SOME PEOPLE ADJUST
XI. THE MOTIVES OF SCIENTISTS
XII. THE NATURE OF FREEDOM
XIII. SOME PRINCIPLES OF HISTORY
XIV. INDUSTRIAL-TECHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY CANNOT BE REFORMED
XV. RESTRICTION OF FREEDOM IS UNAVOIDABLE IN INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY
XVI. THE 'BAD' PARTS OF TECHNOLOGY CANNOT BE SEPARATED FROM THE 'GOOD' PARTS
XVII. TECHNOLOGY IS A MORE POWERFUL SOCIAL FORCE THAN THE ASPIRATION FOR FREEDOM
XVIII. SIMPLER SOCIAL PROBLEMS HAVE PROVED INTRACTABLE
XIX. REVOLUTION IS EASIER THAN REFORM
XX. CONTROL OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR
XXI. HUMAN RACE AT A CROSSROADS
XXII. HUMAN SUFFERING
XXIII. THE FUTURE
XXIV. STRATEGY
XXV. TWO KINDS OF TECHNOLOGY
XXVI. THE DANGER OF LEFTISM
XXVII. FINAL NOTE
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