Darwin's Hostages

Behe, Michael J.
December 1999
American Spectator;Dec99/Jan2000, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p32
The article comments on the debate on evolution in the United States. Public reaction to the study and teaching of evolution in Kansas schools is commented on, and the reason for the popularity of debates on the Darwinian theory of evolution is explored. The author's opinion of the fallibility of Darwinian ideas of natural selection is also touched on.


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