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The fundamentalist believed that this law was needed "to preserve traditional faith and maintain the centrality of religion to American life." This law was put to the test by modernist John T. Scopes. He was arrested for breaking this law and went to trial...
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Scopes. He was arrested for breaking this law and went to trial. William Jennings Bryan was the prosecutor for the fundamentalist. Scopes was found guilty. All was not lost for the modernists though, a portion of the trial was broadcasted on national radio and the view of the modernists was strongly enforced...
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