The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection: Or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life
How come no one wants to tell the real name of the Origin of the Species? Is it because the full title is so politically incorrect??
What does "favoured races" mean, does that mean Charles Darwin was racist? There is only one race, that is called the Human Race. Charles Darwin is a devout Communist
Why is he looked up to as a great Scientist?
Why doesn't anyone see both sides of the story in the public sprectum?
Firstly, that is the full title of the first edition, but later editions uses just "The Origin of Species" (according to wikipedia). Also, there was no such concept of political correctness. Racial sensitivity was perhaps quite limited at that time. And toonarmy got that point on the other definition of 'race'. Also, it's not conceivable to think of Darwin as being a communist, I don't think there were strong supporters of Marxism in those days, and I don't know if the word communism existed in Darwin's time, if it did, I doubt it existed in English.
The reason, I suppose, why he's looked up as being a great scientist is because he thought differently. He researched, he gathered evidence, and thought long and hard about things. He got bits of information, and I think Wallace helped him, and together they came up with a coherent idea. There were those who were against him, which leads me to your final question, "see[ing] both sides...", not sure that there were just 'two sides', as the word 'both' implies. There was Darwin, Wallace and company, there was of course the church and its supporters within the scientific community, and Lamarck and his supporters. Lamarck's theories explained changes in animals anatomy which gave rise to the animals we have today, but it fell far short of the length that Darwin and Wallace went to. Lamarck, obviously, enjoyed the prestige he got, so I guess he opposed this new idea from that English guy, Darwin. As it turns out, after initial non-acceptance from the wider scientific community, Darwin's theory has found a huge amount of support in time (and more being added day by day), there had been adjustments to it, and expanded explanations on his arguments, but no one supports Lamarck's idea anymore, but that took time. Why is he looked up to? I guess because Darwin embodied the ideal that the scientific community strived for: objective credibility.