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Author Ingersoll, Robert Green, 1833-1899.

Title What's God got to do with it? : Robert G. Ingersoll on free thought, honest talk, and the separation of church and state / edited and with an introduction by Tim Page.

Publication Info. Hanover, N.H. : Steerforth Press, [2005]


Location Call No. Status
 Rocky Hill, Cora J. Belden Library - Adult Department  211.7 INGERSOLL    Check Shelf
Edition First edition.
Description 138 pages ; 20 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 138).
Summary Robert Ingersoll (1833-1899) is one of the great lost figures in United States history, all but forgotten at just the time America needs him most. An outspoken and unapologetic agnostic, fervent champion of the separation of church and state, and tireless advocate of the rights of women and African Americans, he drew enormous audiences in the late nineteenth century with his lectures on "freethought." His admirers included Mark Twain and Thomas A. Edison, who said Ingersoll had "all the attributes of a perfect man" and went so far as to make an early recording of Ingersoll's voice. This new collection of Ingersoll's thought promises to put Ingersoll back where he belongs, in the forefront of independent American thought.--From publisher description.
Subject Agnosticism.
Free thought.
Church and state -- United States.
Added Author Page, Tim, 1954-
ISBN 1586420968 alkaline paper
Standard No. 9781586420963 51000
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