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2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 12 2000

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KACZYNSKI
Continued from Page 1
"He is a person who has put into
words what a lot of other people were
thinking," said Peggy Daub, head of the
Special Collections Library. "People in
the future wouldn't just be studying him
as a person but what people as a society
were thinking of technology at the time.'
Kaczynski asserted in his infamous
manifesto, published by the
Washington Post months before his
arrest in 1995, that in order to combat
the techno-industrial system robbing
people of their humanity, bombing and
other equally desperate campaigns are
justified.
Herrada had to convince Kaczvnski
through her own correspondence that
the Labadie collection would be the
best home for his documents.
Kaczynski's decision to provide the
University with his materials was not
connected to his status as an alumnus
of the Rackham School of Graduate
Studies where he received a Ph.D. in
mathematics.
"Our mission is to provide informa-
tion for research, not to spark contro-
versy, but to preserve a piece of histo-
ry" Herrada said.
Attempts to preserve the negative
aspects and evils of history are contro-
versial, especially when the materials
preserved and the figures studied are
contemporary and directly affect the

lives of people still living.
The names of people who wrote to
Kazcynski and original documents will
not be available until 2049. For now
photocopies are used in order to create
distance.
"There is a lot of sensitivity about
the acts that lie (Kaczynski) is accused
of committing," Herrada said.
This sensitivity has recently been
heightened by the fact that Kaczynski,
who pleaded guilty in 1998 to avoid a
trial and the defense of insanity, has
asked the court to set aside his plea of
guilt, which culminated in a life sen-6
tence, while seeking a retrial.
President Bollinger recognized this
fact in an interview last October when
the papers were first being processed.
"People study deviant anti-social
behavior and it is important for us as a
society to study works of evil,"
Bollinger said. "The main question is
whether this material is relevant to
scholarly research and the answer is
clearly ves."
Besides reflecting social unrest, the
letters are also a strong indication ofW
the emotional state of many people in
our society. One woman, who writes
Kaczynski daily, tells of the stress at
her job as a computer programmer,
about her need to lose weight and her
distrust of the government. Young
scholars write to Kazeynski asking him
to suggest reading materials and write
college recommendations.

GAS
Continued from Page 1
everything from police cars to garbage
trucks"
Neylon said he expects prices to start
coming down by August. Industry
analysts believe that prices will eventu-
ally drop by about S0.12 per gallon by
the end of the year.
"This is going to be a long summer"
Neylon said.

But Ann Arbor residents are not
completely powerless in the price
struggle. Public transportation and car-
pooling remain options for conserving
gas, while Internet companies such as
Priceline.com, are beginning to offer
alternatives to accepting the posted
price for gas at the pump.
Beginning this summer, Prierline
customers will be able to bid for
lower gas prices amongst local serO
vice stations.

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