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What's in a name? mused Juliet, adding that aroma is not affected by nomenclature. But Iago had a different view: "Who steals my purse steals trash ... but he that filches from me my good name. ..."
It seems like oh so many years since the Scopes monkey trial, yet that monkey, apparently, is with us still. Whether motivated by the sincerity of their convictions or merely acting out of a barely checked hubris, members of the religious right are demanding that serious attention be paid by the rest of us to their views on the origin of things.
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