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  • I recently saw a student reading Voltaire’s Philosophical Dictionary on his cell phone.
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Ingersoll, Robert


The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll (in 12 volumes)




The Ingersoll Publishers, Inc.




New York






New Dresden Edition






This is the first and rare, and "out of print" Ingersoll Publishers, Inc. edition of Ingersoll's "Complete Work's." It was advertised in the 1907 edition of the "Mistakes of Moses."

The editor of a volume of Ingersoll's works writes about Ingersoll the following: "Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll occupies a unique position. He is to a large extent the product of his own generation. A man of the times, for the times. He has had no predecessor, he will have no successor. Such a man was impossible a hundred years ago; the probabilities are that a century hence no such man will be needed. His work needs only to be done once."

McCabe writes about Ingersoll that "He was admittedly the foremost orator of the United States, and he is probably second to Voltaire in the record of enlightenment."

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