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Federal Department of Education Backs Academic Freedom on Evolution Controversy
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 30, 2004

Federally-Funded Website on Evolution Violates Separation of Church and State
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2004

Evolving Double Standards
Establishing a state-funded church of Darwin
By: John G. West
National Review Online
April 1, 2004

Incorporate Controversy into the Curriculum
Atlanta Journal Constitution
February 15, 2004

So goes Texas, so goes the nation
Decision on textbooks will affect classrooms nationwide
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
July 12, 2003

Intelligent Design, Freedom, & Education
By: Phillip E. Johnson
May 9, 2003

Cobb County Clarifies:
An Open Letter To The NCSE
By: Larry Taylor
Parents for Truth in Education
March 20, 2003

Why the Santorum Language Should Guide State Science Education Standards
By: Bruce Chapman, David DeWolf
Discovery Institute
April 26, 2002

Congress Urges Teaching of Diverse Views on Evolution, but Darwinists Try to Deny It
By: Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture
Press Release
December 28, 2001

All forms of science designed for discussion
By: Jonathan Wells
Topeka Capital-Journal
November 22, 1999

Teaching the Controversy:
Darwinism, Design and the Public School Science Curriculum
By: David K. DeWolf, Stephen C. Meyer, Mark E. DeForrest
The Foundation for Thought and Ethics
October 1, 1999

Teaching the Origins Controversy:
A Guide for the Perplexed
By: David K. DeWolf
Special Discovery Institute Report
August 20, 1999

Testimony to the United States Commission on Civil Rights:
Concerning the Teaching Of Biological Origins
By: Stephen C. Meyer
Religious Liberties News
August 21, 1998

US Commission on Civil Rights Hearing:
On Curriculum Controversies in Biology (unedited transcript)
By: Stephen C. Meyer, Eugenie Scott, Richard Sybrandy
US Commission on Civil Rights
August 21, 1998

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