Clay Farris Naff
Greenhaven Press, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 222 pages
Evolution, a grand explanation for life's myriad forms, has come a long way since Charles Darwin first published it at length in 1859. The science of genetics, for example, has lent it new detail and support. Nonetheless, owing to a perception that it undermines religion, evolution continues to be contentious in public education.
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