Colonel Bob Ingersoll a Biographical Nar

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - 316 pages
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1927. A biography of the great moralist and agnostic, who pointed out the ugliness and hypocrisy of much of the Victorian ethic. Mark Twain said of him: "I have known him twenty years and was fond of him, and held him in as high honor as I have held any man living or dead." Luther Burbank commented, "His life and work have been an inspiration to the whole earth, shedding light in the dark places which so sadly needed light." Illustrated.

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