David Gelernter talked about his new book, Drawing Life: Surviving the Unabomber, published by Free Press. The book chronicles the period after Mr. Gelernter was seriously injured by a bomb allegedly sent to him by Theodore Kacyznski, whose trial on charges of being the Unabomber is about to begin. Mr. Gelernter argues that society is losing its belief in moral authority. close
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