Rosenblum has a powerful message to deliver, and Katherine Fenton's narration may not hinder it, but it doesn't quite help it either. While her voice, with its slight rasp, does entice listeners, a condescension and knowingness in her tone may alienate even the listener who deeply values Rosenblum's research. Rosenblum explores the roots and ways that conspiracism (a new level of conspiracy thinking) has emerged in the last few decades and how it has been embodied and emboldened by new media, pundits, and even presidents. From Pizzagate to QAnon, such conspiracies undermine the very core of democratic practices in the U.S. and beyond, contributing to increasing instability and distrust in the world. L.E. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine [Published: AUGUST 2019]
Digital Download Princeton University Press 2019
DD ISBN $18.87
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