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Trial of C. B. Reynolds For Blasphemy Defence by Robert G. Ingersoll, at Morristown, N. J., May 1887

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Published November 27th 2011 (first published December 1989)
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Mario García
Feb 26, 2012 Mario García rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
As a fan of Inherit the Wind (1999, TV version of the 1955 play fictionalizing The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes) it is no surprise I felt compelled by such an amazing book.

Grandiloquent legal discourses appear to trespass the burden of time: Philosophical in essence, moral in its practical consequences, political in its scope, scientifically spirited from its grassroots. Robert G. Ingersoll's arguments come alive in his defense of History and reason against religious bigotry in a Sta
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Rebecca Sodano
Jan 08, 2015 Rebecca Sodano rated it it was amazing
great read!

Just trying to get a bit of morristown history...I quite frankly worried it would be be tedious and boring. I figured it was short enough to endure even if it was boring, but I loved it!
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