Intelligent Design Has Not Surfaced in the British Press

Redfern, Martin
December 2005
Nieman Reports;Winter2005, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p73
The article reflects on the lack of news media attention given to the issue of intelligent design in Great Britain. It cites factors that should have elevated the issue of intelligent design in the country. It explores the views of Professor Richard Dawkins on evolution. It reveals the reason why intelligent design is such a big issue in the U.S.


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