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Re: [BKARTS] Four men plead not guilty in theft of rare books

My cynicism went in a totally different direction... what is a first
edition of the Origin of the Species doing in *Kentucky*? Shouldn't
that be somewhere where it might not get accidentally destroyed?

Those books were stolen at gun point. Your cynism is misplaced.

Ton Cremers

> >
 >The men are accused of taking several items from the library on Dec.
 >16, including a first edition of Charles Darwin's book, "The
 Origin of
 >Species by Means of Natural Selection," which was published
 in 1859 and
> >in which he first discussed his theory of evolution.

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