Science and Superstition

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Truth Seeker Company, 1914 - Free thought - 119 pages
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Page 29 - It seems to me that there never has been and never will be any such thing as a Christian nation, though many have been and are in our day so described.
Page 29 - Henry Adams offers to his fellow Americans the richest and most challenging image of what they are, what they have been, and what they may become.
Page 75 - ... with 20,000 to 50,000 population where the rate is more than twice that for the larger cities. While this table indicates cities where thorough immunization of children is specially needed, the figures do not warrant relaxation of effort in those cities where excellent results have been accomplished. It should not be forgotten that eternal vigilance is the price of freedom from diphtheria. The babies born each year must be protected in their turn if the cities are to remain free from the disease....
Page 5 - To the memory of Giordano Bruno! — Who was burned at the stake in Rome, February 16, 1600: — by command of the ' ' spiritual authorities ' ' of the Christian Church : — for daring to think!

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