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Sixty-Five Press Interviews With Robert G. Ingersoll

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The speeches of Robert Green Ingersoll (1833-1899), the "Great Agnostic," sparked controversy in 19th-century America. This archive of articles collects Ingersoll's comments on free thought, the Bible, heaven and hell, miracles, church creeds, missionaries, and anarchism. Articles are taken from some two dozen newspapers. First published in 1983. Lacks a subject index. ...more
Paperback, 262 pages
Published May 15th 2000 by American Atheist Press
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Robert Ingersoll deserves a place in the history books. I won't go into the detail of a recent news article discussing how the Texas Board of Education stripped Thomas Jefferson from the textbooks.. suffice it to say that Bob Ingersoll had many, many admirers including Mark Twain who said of him "What an organ human speech is when employed by a master." as well as Walt Whitman, Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison.

Ingersoll has most opened my eyes to the glories that may be found in what otherwise wo
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