Wells' Politically Incorrect Guide on Lysenkoism--chapter review up at PT

Mark Perakh reviews yet another chapter of The Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design. In this particular chapter, Wells argues that "Lysenkoism is now rearing its ugly head in the US, as Darwinists use their government positions to destroy the careers of their critics." Obviously, Perakh disagrees, and shows how Wells has again distorted quotes and history. Check it out here.

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