A New Take on Darwin's 'Origin of Species'
Biographer Janet Browne talks about the life of Charles Darwin. Her new book, Darwin's Origin of Species, takes a look at the English naturalist and his theory of evolution.
Browne describes how a man, who thought he'd end up as a clergyman, developed his ideas on natural selection, and how the British postal service played a critical part in his success.
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