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            U.S. / POLITICS | May 5, 2007
            A Split Emerges as Conservatives Discuss Darwin
            By PATRICIA COHEN
            A dispute has cropped up on the right: Does Darwinian theory actually support conservative philosophy?
           
           
               
                   
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