Intelligent design supporters welcome Bush's views

08/4/2005 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Intelligent design advocates say President George W. Bush's recent comment that students should be exposed to alternative theories to evolution have raised public awareness of the issue. Glenn Branch, an executive with the National Center for Science Education, says campaigns against Darwin's theory of evolution have spread this year to 28 states and communities.

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