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Title: Scopes Trials

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Subject: History
Author: James R
Date: June 25, 2016
Level: University
Grade: A
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Tennessee’s governor had signed it reluctantly when the Butler Act was passed in 1925. The American Civil Liberties Union raised money to test the law in court and all they needed was for a Tennessee teacher to volunteer to break the Butler Act. In 1925 John Scopes agreed to go on trial to test it out...

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In 1925 John Scopes agreed to go on trial to test it out. Clarence Arrow, an urban liberal, volunteered to be Scope’s defensive lawyer. William Jennings Bryan, three times candidate for president and a hero to rural America also joined the trial for the prosecution. The turning point of the trial came on the last day, when Darrow put Bryan on the stand and asked him about the Bible’s account of creation...

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