The debate over teaching evolution in the public schools remains one of the most emotionally charged controversies in twentieth-century America. The newly revised third edition of Trial and Error, Edward J. Larson's highly acclaimed study--which ranges from before the Scopes trial of 1925 to the creationism disputes of the 1980s--offers the first comprehensive account of the educational and legal battles erupting from this persistent confrontation. This updated classic work presents a balanced historical interpretation of legal and educational debates over evolutionism, and will appeal to those interested in the fields of history, religion, science, and law.

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