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By Michael / Reinkowski, Maurus Butter

to this point so much students have studied conspiracy theories inside of nationwide frameworks merely. targeting the USA and the center East, areas entangled in a number of methods, this ebook attracts awareness to the truth that conspiracist visions are transnational narratives that commute among and fasten assorted cultures.

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