It was the bad p.r. that did it for voters in Dover, Pennsylvania, who this week voted to oust all eight school board members who were up for re-election after they had supported the teaching of Intelligent Design in public schools — a controversy that led to the court case that closed last week. In the face of a nasty campaign, wherein the incumbent pro-I.D. board members sent out mass mailings accusing their opponents of allying with the ACLU — and thus indirectly NAMBLA — Dover voters ultimately were more embarrassed by the worldwide association of their town with the Scopes trial town, and the public image that carries. The new school board, reports The New York Times, could reverse the current Intelligent Design policy regardless of the court ruling.