Slaughter of the Dissidents, Zväzok 3

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Leafcutter Press, 2012 - 398 strán (strany)

This is the third volume of a trilogy that has been more than a decade in the making. The trilogy documents over 100 cases of discrimination handed out to individuals (60 of whom were PhDs) who dared to challenge Darwinian concepts within many venues of science and academia. For those who think this type of discrimination is minor or inconsequential, you should examine this work. This type of discrimination is not rare by any means in America, but has been constantly on the rise for decades. It represents nothing less than the brutal violation of freedom of speech, thought, and religious freedom for those who are qualified to practice in their field. Over and over again the clear pattern emerges from the pages of this trilogy - you are at high risk of career termination if you dare question much less oppose evolutionary concepts. Other books in this trilogy include Slaughter of the Dissidents (Volume I) and Silencing the Darwin Skeptics (Volume II)

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Dr. Bergman has taught biology, biochemistry, anatomy and genetics as well as psychology and other courses for over 40 years at the University of Toledo Medical College, Bowling Green State University, The University of Toledo and other colleges. He has 9 degrees, including a Doctorate from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. The 1,026 college credit hours he has earned is the equivalent to almost 20 master's degrees. According to the website The 10 Most Educated People on the Planet, Bergman would fit in the list ahead of several other people. Assuming the accuracy of the list, he thus appears to be one of the most formally educated persons in the world. His over 1,200 publications are in both scholarly and popular science journals. Dr. Bergman's work has been translated into 13 languages including French, German, Italian, Spanish, Danish, Polish, Czech, Chinese, and Swedish. His books and, or books that include chapters that he authored, are in over 1,500 college libraries in 27 countries. So far over 80,000 copies of the 43 books and monographs that he has authored or co-authored are in print

Kevin Wirth grew up in the San Francisco Bay area and has been involved with the creation and ID movement for over 35 years. He is the former Director of Research for Students for Origins Research (later renamed to Access Research Network) and has provided substantial research and support for the publication of many groundbreaking books like Darwin on Trial by former UC Berkeley Law Professor Philip Johnson. Leafcutter Press continues to publish books that challenge the Darwinian worldview.

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