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Global Darwin: Revolutionary road

In China, under the threat of Western imperialism, interpretations of Darwin's ideas paved the way for Marx, Lenin and Mao, argues James Pusey in the third in our series on reactions to evolutionary theory.

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Pusey, J. Global Darwin: Revolutionary road. Nature 462, 162–163 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/462162a

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