This article is from the Conspiracy Theory Literature FAQ, by Xavier Poez firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
This is FAQ that I am interested in further editing and improving. The
topic of conspiracies has become more prevalent in the American psyche
and I've not found a free compilation or overview of classic
references. I don't consider myself an expert in this field, just a
hardworking and curious layman, and I would appreciate any insight
that others can offer. I know that a FAQ is a very iterative process
in which early versions are only marginal and incomplete, whereas
later versions can become extremely comprehensive with the help of
With your help, I can really improve the quality of this document. I
am committing to keeping it free for unlimited distribution at all
times. If you know some good references for any of these sections, in
the interest of educating humanity, please send them to me.
Note: I am not going to try to collect every reference that exists. In
particular I prefer to collect references to other authoritative
collections that contain references themselves. I intend to keep a
short list of web sites in this FAQ, which I don't intend to be
exhaustive either, but which points to the premier sites. If you have
one of the most comprehensive sites on the net, I would like to hear
about your pointer, however, if you are working with subtopics, please
submit your URL to the site maintainers of the more "master" sites.
I will generally not attempt to resolve the truth or falsity of
various issues, but simply remark on the contents of "conspiracy
theory literature" or CTL and let the reader decide.