Conspiracism and political polarization

My op ed has been noticed at a couple of places. The Atlantic’s The Wire asks Why is America Polarized? and posts a link to my piece, as well as to articles by David Paul Kuhn at Real Politics and a post by Heather MacDonald at Secular Right.

The Week
asks Has the fringe gone mainstream? and posts links to my piece, as well as to articles by Eric Kleefeld at Talking Points Memo and David Greenberg at Slate.

Nice to be a part of the conversation!

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