Joanne M. Miller

University of Minnesota

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Professor of Political Science at University of Minnesota.

Joanne M. Miller on KCRW

There’s been an uptick in liberals citing secret plots to explain the Trump administration’s actions. The reverse is true for conservatives.

Why more liberals are falling for conspiracy theories

There’s been an uptick in liberals citing secret plots to explain the Trump administration’s actions. The reverse is true for conservatives.

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