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Re: [skeptics-191] Meetup details changed: Madison Skeptics: Secular Sobriety

From: Robert P.
Sent on: Wednesday, February 11, 2009 2:24 PM
The most recent book about Dover mentioned at our meeting on Sunday was Lauri Lebo's The Devel in Dover, and some of you may have seen her in the PBS program about the trial on TV last night. Those of you in west Madison may be able to hear her interviewed at 10 am or 5 pm in the Freethought Radio Archives program we are broadcasting tomorrow (2/12, Darwin's birthday) on WIDE low power radio, 99.1 on the FM dial, and anyone else can listen to it online at http://madisonwi.us/WIDE-LP/Citywide/wh/index.htm#fri or via the link below:

Guest: Author Lauri Lebo, The Devil in Dover: An Insider's Story of Dogma v. Darwin in Small-town America

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