Darwin Descendant Reflects on Attacks on Evolution

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In his book, Trials of the Monkey, Matthew Chapman, the great-great grandson of Charles Darwin, writes about his experiences traveling to American communities where the theory of evolution has been attacked. Chapman speaks to Alex Chadwick.

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