Ronan Farrow’s dark memoir puts the media at the center of intersecting conspiracies

By Elizabeth Bruenig | including 1 item
While political unrest roils the nation, left and right unite over a shared sense that nefarious elites plot to abuse and exploit us, their lessers. It is easy to dismiss these sorts of anxieties as delusional, their hosts as paranoiacs. But the trouble — and the great revelation of Ronan Farrow’s book “Catch and Kill” — is that the conspiracy theorists are essentially correct.