Status Assessment, Act 685--Balanced Treatment for Creation-Science and Evolution-Science
Graduate studies at Western
State of Louisiana, Dept. Of Education, Office of Research and Development (P.O. Box 44064, Baton Rouge 70804) (1981)
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|Keywords||Evolution (Biology Study and teaching Creationism Study and teaching Evolution (Biology Law and legislation Creationism Law and legislation|
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|Call number||QH362.R29 1981|
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