Inherit The Wind by Don Milne

Inherit The Wind

By Don Milne

  • Release Date: 2011-09-20
  • Category: Fiction & Literature
3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 26 Ratings)

Brief Description

A play in three acts Time: Summer. Not too far from now. Place: A small New England town Inherit The Wind Overturned by Design is a mirror to the 1955 play Inherit the Wind by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Washed up politician Gordon Albert (think Al Gore) is brought in the prosecute the case against a school teacher defended by Nicole Duran (think Ann Coulter). In the original play, the public schools taught Creationism and the challenge was Darwinism. In this new century, the public schools teach Darwinism and the challenge is Intelligent Design. This play follows the same structure with completely new dialogue (except where original quotes from the actual Scopes trial are used). It purposefully uses similar characters in the same situation to show the ironic position of Darwinism today.

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Customer reviews

  • Engaging

    By Not John Galt
    If you liked the original 1950s play "Inherit the Wind" later made into a movie with Spencer Tracy, you'll enjoy this update for the 21st Century where evolution is accepted without question and the teaching of intelligent design is banned. This story defends the position of intelligent design by reimagine the Scopes Monkey trial one century later. Bound to draw jeers from close minded evolutionists, those more open to the ID - evolution debate will be entertained and enlightened. A fast paced, engaging read.
  • Intriguing thought experiment

    By theappleofadam
    It asks a very important question, what if science looses it's objectivity and becomes the religion? Certainly made me think. Sadly, it's transparent in its universal damnation of all things "progressive" and not terribly well written. Guilty of the the very thing it calls into question; bias.