God or Gorilla: How the Monkey Theory of Evolution Exposes Its Own Methods, Refutes Its Own Principles, Denies Its Own Inferences, Disproves Its Own Case by Alfred Watterson McCann

Title page from McCann's book. McCann was a Catholic journalist and nutritionist. In this book published in 1922, he criticizes evidence of missing links purporting to show man descended from apes. McCann turned down William Jennings Bryan's request to testify during the Scopes trial. McCann did not like the Butler Act because he did not believe in censorship of ideas. Full-text available above.