The Light Bearer of Liberty

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2004 - Poetry - 168 pages
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1899. A collection of poetry, whose title-poem was written under the inspiration of the lectures of Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll, and is offered as a tribute to him, whom many delight to recognize as the manly and eloquent friend of man, woman, and child, the champion of the oppressed, the titanic foe of superstition, the torchbearer of intellectual liberty. The other poems are a humble contribution to the cause for which the best blood has been spilled, in all ages, and for which obloquy and hissing are borne now.

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