The War on Humans by Wesley J. Smith
Discovery Institute Press, 2014
(240 pages, $14.95, paperback)
reviewed by Richard Weikart
In August 2005 the London Zoo opened a special primate display—a four-day exhibit of Homo sapiens. A zoo spokesperson proclaimed that this display "teaches members of the public that the human is just another primate." Worse yet, the zoo issued a communiqué explaining that the intent of the exhibit was "to highlight the spread of man as a plague species." The notion that humans are a "plagu . . .
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