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Goldberg, Isaac


Joseph McCabe: Fighter for Freethought




Haldeman-Julius Publications




Girard, KS












This book also contains a review of E. Haldeman-Julius' "Questions and Answers," written by Joseph McCabe. Quoted from the author's Chapter 1, p. 4.

"For there is a sense in which Mr . McCabe, that grand old fighter for the rights of the human body and the human personality, sums up in his long and fruitful career the culture that Haldeman-Julius has spread so widely and so "thinly." Had Haldeman-Julius done nothing else than to make the writings of Joseph McCabe accessible to the poorest reader, he would have earned his title as one of the more important of the educators in this country."

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