America.gov, the public relations arm of the State Department, has created a “Conspiracy Theories and Misinformation” webpage. They attempt to debunk “popular conspiracy theories” surrounding the JFK assassination, depleted uranium, the North American Union, the 9/11 attacks, and many more topics.
The Economic text box reads:
Economic conspiracy theories are often based on the false, but popular, idea that powerful individuals are motivated overwhelmingly by their desire for wealth, rather than the wide variety of human motivations we all experience. (This one-dimensional, cartoonish view of human nature is at the heart of Marxist ideology, which once held hundreds of millions under its sway.)
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