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12. From 'Missing Link Mania' to Creationism.com: 150 Years of Popular Darwinism in Europe

Why was the idea of 'the missing link' so wildly popular in the later nineteenth century? And why did Darwin's public image differ so greatly across Europe? Dr. Peter Kjaergaard examines how Darwin's ideas have been communicated and miscommunicated over the past 150 years, from print translations to the internet - and with very different intentions.

Published: 13 Jul 2009

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