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Donald Trump Cambridge Analytica conspiracy theories social media UK US Commentary

The liberal mainstream prefers to believe in conspiracies than admit its own mistakes

While conspiracy theories and belief in dark powers used to be attributed to the radical right and left, the liberal mainstream is using them increasingly often to explain their defeats and errors, writes Marek A. Cichocki

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