Theodore J. Kaczynski, 1942-2023

Dear Readers, Friends, and Colleagues,

The greatest revolutionary thinker of our era—and one of the greatest thinkers of all time—has passed away.  Although he has passed, Theodore Kaczynski’s powerful and unquestionably unique and insightful ideas will not only live on, but will continue to spread in leaps and bounds, remaining forever as a guiding light for all true revolutionaries fighting in this greatest struggle of all: the end of the technological system to save Wild Nature and human freedom.  Not only will his ideas live on, but so too his personal example: marked by utterly unwavering persistence, tireless hard work, good humor, and boundless faith, optimism, and hope. But above all: courage.

It has been an honor and a privilege to have worked very closely with Dr. Kaczynski over nearly a decade to ensure that the absolute highest quality materials of his are published, and Fitch & Madison shall continue with renewed vigor to spread Kaczynski’s ideas and books as far and wide as possible with all the dignity, respect, and honor they deserve.  Our commitment and faith remain not only undeterred but revitalized. Should we falter, many others are in line to lift the banner and continue the work of making his books and ideas available to all.

We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to all those who have supported our efforts throughout the years and we raise a toast to all serious anti-tech thinkers: that precious minority with the thoughtfulness, foresight, and strength of character to see beyond propaganda and conditioning to think logically and critically about the most important matter of our time: the fate of the biosphere and human race in the face of rapid technological growth.


For Wild Nature, onward and upward.

—The Fitch & Madison team

Fitch & Madison Publishers, LLC
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA


Note:  To all those concerned:  Volume Two of Technological Slavery will be published in the coming years.  Dr. Kaczynski has completed the manuscript and we will publish this second (and final) volume after his passing, per his wishes.  Unfortunately, we do not have a set date of publication for this book.