Lance deHaven-Smith

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Founder of SCAD

Lance deHaven-Smith is a professor of public administration and policy at Florida State University, which he joined in 1994.[1]

Career

Lance deHaven-Smith was an infantry rifleman in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam era. He began his teaching career in 1981 as an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Florida Atlantic University.

SCADs

Lance deHaven-Smith coined the word "SCAD" (State Crime Against Democracy) to facilitate discussion of deep politics.[2]

 

A Document by Lance deHaven-Smith

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Beyond Conspiracy TheorypaperFebruary 2010Conspiracy theory
Deep politics
Assassination
National security
SCAD
The article posits a new framework for the analysis of Deep political events and Conspiracy Theories. The term SCAD (State crime against democracy) is explained and developed as a way of connecting the dots across multiple suspect events.


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