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By many accounts the American public is increasingly polarized, partisan and intolerant of other viewpoints. And this problem may be nowhere more evident than in debates over science and religion. To give just one example, when Dr. Francis Collins, a believing Christian, was named director of the National Institutes of Health, prominent scientists objected to the appointment, one saying “I don’t want American science to be represented by a clown.” Read more >