Icons of Evolution

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Icons of Evolution is a book by Jonathan Wells which argues that 'the best-known “evidences” for Darwin’s theory have been exaggerated, distorted or even faked.'[1][2][3][4]

Wells explains his title in the book's introduction:

These examples are so frequently used as evidence for Darwin's theory that most of them have been called "icons" of evolution. Yet all of them, in one way or another, misrepresent the truth. (p. 7)

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