Some available resources in the library:
Conspiracy Theories: A Resource Guide
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See the notes about the subject term, from the Library of Congress Subject Headings:
Conspiracy theories: Here are entered works on theories that postulate that certain events or phenomena occurred as a result of conspiracies among interested parties. Works on a particular event that is considered by some to be the result of a conspiracy are entered under the heading or headings appropriate for the event.
Library Databases (Articles)
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Conspiracy theories (SU Subject terms)
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Gale World History in Context
Gale U.S. History in Context
|See the difference between using the word "conspiracies" and the term "conspiracy theories" in your EBSCO subject search:
CONSPIRACY: Here are entered works on the crime of working together with another person to commit a crime. Works on historical conspiracies are entered under "Conspiracies." Works on theories concerning unproven, often implausible conspiracies are entered under "Conspiracy theories."