Nesta Webster: The Voice of Conspiracy

  title={Nesta Webster: The Voice of Conspiracy},
  author={Martha F. Lee},
  journal={Journal of Women's History},
  pages={104 - 81}
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  • Published 23 September 2005
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Nesta Helen Webster (1876–1960) was one of the most influential conspiracy theorists of the twentieth century. Although an advocate of women's rights early in her life, her conviction that a vast and dangerous conspiracy threatened the British state and Christian civilization soon overshadowed these concerns. During her lifetime, she was a woman of considerable political influence, but she is perhaps even more influential today. Her books remain in print, and her work is a foundation of many… 
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