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After 200 Years, Darwin's Legacy Still Evolving

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After 200 Years, Darwin's Legacy Still Evolving

After 200 Years, Darwin's Legacy Still Evolving

After 200 Years, Darwin's Legacy Still Evolving

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Feb. 12 marks the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth. Ira Flatow speaks with Darwin's great-great-grandson, writer and director Matthew Chapman, about the ongoing battle over teaching evolution in public schools and how Darwin's legacy continues to evolve.

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