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I'd be interested in reading and discussing this new book with others.
The opinion focuses on the issue at hand--whether the Dover, PA school boad violated the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. But the judge provides a lucid review of opposition to Darwinian theory and patiently and clearly demolishes the underpinnings of ID. For example, the judge provides a history of the ID movement beginning on page 24.
I enjoy Michael Shermer's books. But this is one (ahem) case where primary sources are especially illuminating and useful.
Fascinating insight into not only the argument but the US legal system as well.
Thanks for the tip.
You can learn more about the program on its Web site:
It's essential reading on the subject, and I especially recommend the Epilogue.