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Republic of Lies: American Conspiracy Theorists and Their Surprising Rise to Power Paperback – 18 Apr 2019
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"Anna Merlan reveals that the conspiracy theorists we all once felt a little sorry for (if annoyed by) have become the masters of the universe, lodged in the White House and presidential palaces throughout the world. It’s a rich insight that makes this something more than a good book – it makes it a necessary book." (David Aaronovitch, author of VOODOO HISTORIES)
"[An] engrossing assessment of the profitable mainstreaming of conspiracy mongering in civic and political life . . . Captures this unsettling narrative succinctly and concretely . . . A lucid, well-researched look at a slippery topic." (Kirkus Reviews)
"To understand America you need to understand conspiracy theories . . . Merlan’s exploration into the subject discovers some timely and troubling questions." (Evening Standard)
About the Author
Anna Merlan is a journalist specialising in politics, crime, religion, subcultures, and women’s lives. She is a reporter at the Special Projects Desk, the investigative division of Gizmodo Media Group. She was previously a senior reporter at Jezebel and staff writer at the Village Voice and the Dallas Observer. She lives in New York.
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