Answer to Question #98636 in History for Ernesto Lopez

Question #98636
Book (Constructing the American past volume 2, 8th Edition
1. Did the content of the book Civic Biology surprise you? Why was J.W.Porter so disturbed by texts such as these? Why did he reject evolution?

2. Do you see the connection between the ideas put forth in Hunter's A Civic Biology and Margaret Sanger's writings in chapter 8?

3. Which tensions do you think were most prominent in the Scopes trial- country versus city, science versus religion, or educated elite versus uneducated poor? Do any of those issues persist today?

4. Have there been other times in American history when religious fundamentalism represent a social as well as a religious movement? In your view, are Ratcliff's observations still relevant?

5. What was at stake for men like Darrow and Bryan in the trial?

6. What social and class tensions boil beneath Mencken's obituary of Bryan?
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