What conspiracy theories have in common with fiction – and why it makes them compelling stories Philip Seargeant, The Open University In an era dominated by “fake news” and disinformation, conspiracy theories are coming to play an increasingly influential role in modern politics. During the recent impeachment hearings in the US, for example, former National …

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