Peter J. Hasson
Peter J. Hasson's work has been featured in many other publications, including The Federalist, The Daily Signal, and the National Interest. He is also a frequent commentator on radio and television and an advisory board member for Human Coalition Action. A graduate of the University of Dallas, he divides his time between Texas and Washington, D.C.
Reviews of The Manipulators:
"Remember when the Internet was going to liberate the world? Twenty years later, the opposite happened: digital technology platforms became terrifyingly efficient tools for social control. How did this happen, and why? It's a remarkable story, told beautifully in this indispensable book by Peter Hasson." -- TUCKER CARLSON, host of Tucker Carlson Tonight
"For many years Americans were told that technology is an unambiguous benefit to their daily lives. Peter lays out in devastating detail the drawbacks of American political life's migration to social media, and what liberal dominance in that space could mean for the conservative movement of the future. This book is an opening salvo in conservatives' understanding that private corporations can have as much, if not more, control over the daily lives of our citizens as the government." -- SAAGAR ENJETI, Chief Washington Correspondent for The Hill