fortunately the times' editors are working off of a strong precedent! the last time they interviewed a therapist about his second career/hobby horse, they used his real--
But for someone who has launched a political campaign largely based on garnering publicity, Mr. Moss has taken great pains to protect his real identity. He is frugal with the details of his life, saying only that he is in his 40s and comes from Massachusetts. Like other anonymous crusaders — Batman, say, or Banksy — he claims he feels most comfortable acting under an alias: one that in his case blends a penchant for apocalyptic bombast with the crustiness of a curmudgeon.
A therapist and a writer, he says he is worried that clients might object to his activism.
they used his real--