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Reader comment on item: Did a Conspiracy Theory Just Collapse?

Submitted by Nicholas (United Kingdom), Aug 18, 2022 at 15:54

Dr Pipes,

I hope this message finds you very well.

Any plans to revisit the conspiracy topic in general or publish another book to add to the previous ones you did on conspiracies? I was a huge fan of Conspiracy and the Hidden Hand, excellent pieces of work in every regard, and. I was wondering if you plan to contribute anything more to the topic. I know you described it as a 'cesspool' in your YouTube video on the Covid conspiracies produced in 2020 with Stacey.

On a separate and very sad note the Rushdie topic has dramatically resurfaced in a most heinous way. Do you really think it will influence the nuclear deal negotiations? I doubt it.

Warmest regards to you,



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Daniel Pipes replies:

1. Thank you for the kind words. Since writing those two books on conspiracy theories in the 1990s. I've generally stayed away from the topic, unless something special pops up, as I consider the Alex Jones trial to be. So, no, no third book on conspiracy theories.

2. No, I expect the new JCPOA to be signed. See https://www.danielpipes.org/21372/expect-a-new-iran-nuclear-deal.

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