Gen Z’s Unlikely Messiah

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September 15, 2022

Rosie Gray investigates Gen Z’s surprising infatuation with Unabomber Ted Kaczynski and his Luddite, anti-technology ideology. “Surrounded by screens from early childhood, addicted to near-constant media consumption, often lacking basic in-person social skills, many sense a broader problem in their own individual capture by the tech borg,” she writes.

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