Eighteenth-century orator Robert G. Ingersoll was popularly known as the "Great Agnostic". In the essay "What I Want for Christmas," he turned his eloquence to the question of life without religion. His words draw a picture of a society without class or king, opression, or superstition.
Printed in sage on marbled paper, the text has been lettered by hand for American Atheist Press. It is a wonderful gift card to send to your friends, includes matching envelopes. Does not contain standard explaination of Solstice.
5-1/2" x 8-1/2"