by Guy Lancaster
When Americans demand and take unauthorized medications to treat COVID-19, they aren't indulging a new conspiratorialism but are tapping into currents of American cultural and religious history that have always rejected established authority.
SOURCE: Duluth News Tribune
by Scott Laderman
For decades the Republican Party has railed against expertise, painting it as a conspiratorial assault on so-called “conservative” values and the millions of Americans who embrace them.
They appeared on a panel convened to discuss Moshik Temkin's controversial NYT op ed, "Historians Shouldn’t Be Pundits."
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