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The Making of a Darwin1

Nature volume 85, pages 354359 (12 January 1911) | Download Citation



I MAY take my text from a recent remark of Henry Failfield Osborn, to the effect that a Darwin could not be produced in the American university of to-day. This raises a number of questions, some of them unanswerable, but all of them worthy of the attention of scientific men interested in the continuance of a race of investigators.

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