If reports are to be believed, the great and the good of the Atlantic policy community are once again gathered…
For those interested in The Bilderberg Group phenomena as well as other well documented conspiracy theories and who want a full appreciation of them from the perspective of the social sciences should look at Sobrado’s work. Sobrado applies the whole spectrum of the social sciences to make better sense and understanding of the appeal of conspiracy theories as forms of social explanation. — Dr Martha Lee, Author of "Conspiracy Rising: Conspiracy Thinking and American Public Life"
Tony Sobrado's website and work is a great place to go for balanced interdisciplinary discussions about conspiracy theories and conspiracy theorists. — Dr David Coady, Author of "Conspiracy Theories: The Philosphical Debate" and "What to believe now: Applying epsitemology to Contemporary Issues"
"People who, like me, believe (or at least suspect) that there are way more conspiracy theories than there are real conspiracies should search out Tony Sobrado's work. Sobrado thinks about conspiracy in broad terms, which means his interests span not merely the theories that roil current discourse, but the "classics" which (strangly enough) continue to have adherents." — Professor John McAdams (PhD Harvard) Author of "JFK Assisanation Logic"