[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Scopes' "Monkey Trial" of 1925
Moore 1998a
Cornelius 1991
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Moore 1999a
b
Eve & Harrold 1991
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Numbers 1992
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U.S. Supreme Court can be accessed at http://cns-web.bu.edu/pub/dorman/edwardsvaguil- lard.html
Irons and Guitton (1993).
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Moore 1999b
Larson 1989
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Davis & Kenyon 1989
Scott 1994

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