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John Adikimenakis Inherit the Wind by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee discusses if the teaching of evolution in high school is lawful or not. According to the town of Hillsboro it is not because they believe that God has created everything starting with the six days of Earths creation which is found in the Book of Genesis. Mr. Cates is a high school teacher and has been arrested for teaching his students the theory of evolution from a book by Charles Darwin. There is then a trial where Matthew Harrison Brady and Henry Drummond represent, respectively, the prosecution and the defense, drawing national attention to the trial. This trial has brought many people to this town where the conflict of teaching evolution is violating the laws. A teacher’s freedom in the classroom is one such hotly debated question. Where should the line be drawn? What is the difference between right and wrong? These are questions that are not easily answered. In this trial the theory of evolution is discussed. In
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