What Was the Significance of the Scopes Trial?


The significance of the Scopes Trial was the increase in the teaching of evolution in schools afterwards. The case was about a teacher who was charged with teaching evolution, which was a crime in Tennessee at the time.
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The real significance of the Scopes trial was that the Tennessee politicians, in an effort to kiss the @sses of conservative religious fanatics, imposed fundamentalist Christianity
it was the turning point of the battle between the teaching of evolutionism vs creationism because sincce then evolution seems to be in favour. P.S : Lakers pwn.
For more information on Scopes Trial, visit Britannica.com.
In 1925 John Thomas Scopes,a biology teacher in Dayton, Tennessee, was arrested for
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