On the Origin of Parties

Carmichael, Mary
February 2007
Newsweek;2/12/2007, Vol. 149 Issue 7, p16
The author presents Darwin Day, a holiday created by Bob Stephens, a retired scientist, who is organizing a global celebration of the science of evolution. Even organizations in U.S. states that challenge evolution in favor of creationism will host events designed to educate the public and spark discussion on the topics of biology, evolutionary progression, as well as the topic of intelligent design.


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