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Evolution’s Effect on Voters

Posted Thursday, October 26, 2006

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Life on earth - was it actually created through intelligent design, and not the chance, random processes of evolution? If your hackles are raised and teeth are clinched - or if you're applauding the statement, you'll want to hear the candidates aiming for the region's seat on the state school board debate the issue. How evolution - or not - could sway voters at the polls, and influence what children learn - Thursday morning at nine on The Sound of Ideas.


Education, Regional Economy/Business - Analysis and Trends, Regional Economy/Business - News


Tom Sawyer, candidate for State Board of Ed; Ken Miller, biologist, Brown University; Deborah Owens-Fink, candidate for the State Board; Chris Williams, biochemist

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