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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
By: By STEPHEN C. MEYER and JOHN ANGUS CAMPBELL
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
Breakpoint.org
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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