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The author is walking on his head. He lost contact with reality. This culture of conspiracy in America (and beyond) is the direct reaction or consequence of REAL methods of secrecy... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Cy Ko
A very good look at the surface of conspiracy culture only. The book, whilst better written than expected (and I think resorting to ad hominem less than described in other... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
The Potential Perils of Stigmatized Knowledge
In the summer of 1994, less than a year before blowing up the Oklahoma City federal office building, Timothy McVeigh... Read more
This is a powerful work on the pervasiveness of conspiracy thinking and the effects it's had on our society. I highly recommend this in spite of some dated references.Published on July 18, 2014 by John Cavallo
After hearing an old friend espouse several theories regarding the Denver Airport, Ashara and some other theories,
I thought I needed a sense of the playing field that was... Read more
Continues the work of James Webb and brings it up to date, though not as well written perhaps as Webb's Occult Underground and Establishment.Published on March 6, 2013 by R A TOBIN
... but first have a few questions and thoughts to offer to the reviewing community.
1) Just read RICHARD HOFSTADTER'S classic essay, "The Paranoid Style in American... Read more
When societies come under unbearable strain, apocalyptic or regenerative movements can produce major change, and sometimes, as with the Chinese Taipings, major bloodshed. Read morePublished on June 20, 2012 by Dr Jacques COULARDEAU
Michael Barkun is Professor of Political Science at Syracuse University whose research speciality is the social history of fringe belief systems outside the mainstream. Read morePublished on September 8, 2011 by The Guardian