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Professor Peter Phillips, a long time key figure at Project Censored, is currently teaching an extremely popular course at Sonoma State University: Sociology 371: Sociology of Conspiracies. From the syllabus:
Course Description: A critical analysis of conspiracies in society using Power Elite and State Crimes Against Society theories applied to modern historical events with cultural, social psychological, public propaganda, and power perspectives: topics includes political assassinations, election fraud, threats of terrorism, 9/11, and permanent war.
Conspiracy Theory in America, Lance DeHaven-Smith, University of Texas Press, 2013,
Real Enemies: Conspiracy theories and American Democracy World War I to 9/11, Kathryn Olmstead, Oxford University Press, 2009
Last Word: My Indictment of the CIA in the Murder of JFK. Mark Lane, Skyhorse Publishing, NY 2011
The American Deep State: Wall Street, Big Oil, and the Attack on U.S. Democracy, Peter Dale Scott, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2014
An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King, William Pepper, Verso, 2008,
The 2001 Anthrax Deception, Graeme Macqueen, Clarity Press, 2014
Having been driven out of the University of Wisconsin by Karl Rove and Lynn Cheney for spending just one week of a sixteen-week Islam course examining the most important perspectives on 9/11, including the Muslim-majority perspective that it was an inside job, I am grateful to Peter Phillips for having the courage to teach this course, which is far more subversive than anything I ever taught! If even half the teachers at the high school and college level had a fraction of Peter’s courage and integrity, we might get our democratic republic back.