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This chapter is a portrait of Theodore R. Kaczynski, father of Theodore and David Kaczynski, from David’s early memories of his father while growing up in suburban Chicago until his father’s suicide in 1990. The chapter focuses on differing father-son relationships—one with an elder son that is strained by increasing estrangement contrasted with a close and affectionate relationship with his younger son. In this chapter, David the younger son explores his memories of his father and how they shaped his sense of identity in adulthood.

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