Ingersoll, Robert Green  (1833 – 1899)
American orator. Born in Dresden, New York. He was the best known orator and political speechmaker of 19th century America. A Civil War hero; he became New York state's first attorney general. He was a progressive and advocate of many social reform movements of his day; and was known as the "Great Agnostic" for his controversial religious views.

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  • Robert Green Ingersoll - Biography (Council of Secular Humanism)

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Ingersoll, Robert J. (1898) Harper's Weekly
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quotation (February 23, 1878) Robert G. Ingersoll
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Joy is wealth. Love is the legal tender of the soul.


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