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Among these cinematic gems is The Karate Kid. New species cannot evolve by natural selection. He suggests that one of the most important characteristics of these accounts is their attempt to unveil the "real but hidden" power relations in social groups. [10] [11] The political scientist Michael Barkun, discussing the usage of "conspiracy theory" in contemporary American culture, holds that this term is used for a belief that explains an event as the result of a secret plot by exceptionally powerful and cunning conspirators to achieve a malevolent end. [1] :3 [9] According to Barkun, the appeal of conspiracism is threefold: "First, conspiracy theories claim to explain what institutional analysis cannot.

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