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Posted by Sam Patterson on September 9, 2002 18:32:26 UTC

I remember arguing once with someone in this forum about high school textbooks. He (I can't remember who it was) said that evolution was barely even mentioned in textbooks. I told him I would take quotes from my brother's high school books (He is a junior), but I forgot to do so.

Does anyone remember who I was talking to? Or does anyone still agree with this position? I'm going to take some quotes from my brother's books (probably tommorow, my classes start at 4 and end at 9 tonight) showing that is wrong.


Sam, KC2GWX

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