Deny all knowledge: reading The X files
David Lavery, Angela Hague, Marla Cartwright
Syracuse University Press, 1996 - Performing Arts - 233 pages
An examination of why the television show that has suggested "that the United States government is involved in a vast conspiracy with former Nazi and Japanese scientists to assist alien beings in performing experiments--including genetic hybridization--on American citizens is so popular.--Cover.
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