What the Great Agnostic told numerous newspaper reporters during a quarter-century of public appearances as a freethinker and enemy of superstition.
With introduction by Madalyn Murray O'Hair, Forward by Richard M. Smith.
The speeches of Robert Green Ingersoll (1833-1899), "the Great Agnostic," sparked great controversy in 19-th century America, and are well published even today. But Ingersoll also spoke to reporters -- some friendly, some not. This valuable archive of rare articles, 65 Press Interviews With Robert G. Ingersoll, collects from over two dozen newspapers Ingersoll's comments on freethought, the Bible, heaven and hell, miracles, church creeds, missionaries, Sunday blue laws, prohibition, anarchism, aging, current events, and even on theatre, music, literature, and summer vacations.
Published by American Atheist Press.
2nd edition, 2000 C.E.