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Book review: The Greatest Show On Earth, by Richard Dawkins

This book is expressly aimed at readers who are more or less uncertain about the truth of evolution. As such, it may have less relevance for those who do not need any persuasion on this score, but it would still be useful for biology teachers and others who find it necessary to convince their students. And even for those who are not in either of these categories, Richard Dawkins is such a fine writer that his books always repay reading - they are never dull. [More]


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