Penn. Trial Sends Intelligent Design Out of Class

This week, a federal judge barred the teaching of intelligent design from Dover, Penn., science classes. The decision in the case, a suit brought by several parents in the Dover Area School District against the school board, was a decisive victory for proponents of teaching Darwin's theories of evolution.

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Barbara Forrest, endowed professor in the Department of History and Political Science at Southeastern Louisiana University

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