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Mitt Romney believes that God created the universe, and evolution is the mechanism He used to create humans.

Romney believes that science classes should have evolution taught, not creationism or intelligent design. He states that they are perfectly fine in a philosophy, religion, or history classroom. This is his view from 2008.

It seems that he has been relatively quiet on this issue since he started running for the Republican nomination.

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