Misdirection, Fake News, and Lies: The Best Books on Disinformation

From a New York Times story by Richard Stengel headlined “Misdirection, Fake News and Lies: The Best Books to Read on Disinformation”:

False statements, misdirection, half-truths and outright lies: When promoted and repeated in the echo chambers of social media, they can shape attitudes, influence policy and erode democracy. As the psychologist Daniel Kahneman has said, you can make people believe in falsehood through repetition, “because familiarity is not easily distinguished from truth.”