*** Suspicious Minds by Rob Brotherton


The author of Suspicious Minds: Why We Believe Conspiracy Theories has a surprising revelation: we are wired to seek and believe in conspiracy theories. We want to think that nothing is an accident, we like to construct narratives, and people who are naturally open and curious are more likely to believe them, while people who are underdogs embrace them.

With many examples and a lively narrative, it’s an enjoyable book to read.

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