The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Volume VIII

Interviews

Published: 1900
Language: English
Wordcount: 211,224 / 460 pg
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INTERVIEWS.
THE BIBLE AND A FUTURE LIFE
MRS. VAN COTT, THE REVIVALIST
EUROPEAN TRIP AND GREENBACK QUESTION
THE PRE-MILLENNIAL CONFERENCE
THE SOLID SOUTH AND RESUMPTION
SUNDAY LAWS OF PITTSBURG
POLITICAL AND RELIGIOUS
POLITICS AND GEN. GRANT
POLITICS, RELIGION AND THOMAS PAINE
REPLY TO CHICAGO CRITICS
THE REPUBLICAN VICTORY
INGERSOLL AND BEECHER
POLITICAL
RELIGION IN POLITICS
MIRACLES AND IMMORTALITY
THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK
MR. BEECHER, MOSES AND THE NEGRO
HADES, DELAWARE AND FREETHOUGHT
A REPLY TO THE REV. MR. LANSING
BEACONSFIELD, LENT AND REVIVALS
ANSWERING THE NEW YORK MINISTERS
GUITEAU AND HIS CRIME
DISTRICT SUFFRAGE
FUNERAL OF JOHN G. MILLS AND IMMORTALITY
STAR ROUTE AND POLITICS
THE INTERVIEWER
POLITICS AND PROHIBITION
THE REPUBLICAN DEFEAT IN OHIO
THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL
JUSTICE HARLAN AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL
POLITICS AND THEOLOGY
MORALITY AND IMMORTALITY
POLITICS, MORMONISM AND MR. BEECHER
FREE TRADE AND CHRISTIANITY
THE OATH QUESTION
WENDELL PHILLIPS, FITZ JOHN PORTER AND BISMARCK
GENERAL SUBJECTS
REPLY TO KANSAS CITY CLERGY
SWEARING AND AFFIRMING
REPLY TO A BUFFALO CRITIC
BLASPHEMY
POLITICS AND BRITISH COLUMBIA
INGERSOLL CATECHISED
BLAINE'S DEFEAT
PLAGIARISM AND POLITICS
RELIGIOUS PREJUDICE
CLEVELAND AND HIS CABINET
RELIGION, PROHIBITION AND GEN. GRANT
HELL OR SHEOL AND OTHER SUBJECTS
INTERVIEWING, POLITICS AND SPIRITUALISM
MY BELIEF
SOME LIVE TOPICS
THE PRESIDENT AND THE SENATE
ATHEISM AND CITIZENSHIP
THE LABOR QUESTION
RAILROADS AND POLITICS
PROHIBITION
HENRY GEORGE AND LABOR
LABOR QUESTION AND SOCIALISM
HENRY GEORGE AND SOCIALISM
REPLY TO THE REV. B. F. MORSE
INGERSOLL ON McGLYNN
TRIAL OF THE CHICAGO ANARCHISTS
THE STAGE AND THE PULPIT
ROSCOE CONKLING
THE CHURCH AND THE STATE
PROTECTION--FREE TRADE
LABOR AND TARIFF REFORM
CLEVELAND AND THURMAN
THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM OF 1888
JAMES G. BLAINE AND POLITICS
THE MILLS BILL
SOCIETY AND ITS CRIMINALS
WOMAN'S RIGHT TO DIVORCE
SECULARISM
SUMMER RECREATION--MR. GLADSTONE, Unpublished
PROHIBITION
ROBERT ELSMERE
WORKING GIRLS
PROTECTION FOR AMERICAN ACTORS
LIBERALS AND LIBERALISM
POPE LEO XIII.
THE SACREDNESS OF THE SABBATH
THE WEST AND SOUTH
THE WESTMINSTER CREED AND OTHER SUBJECTS
SHAKESPEARE AND BACON
GROWING OLD GRACEFULLY, AND PRESBYTERIANISM,
CREEDS
THE TENDENCY OF MODERN THOUGHT
WOMAN SUFFRAGE, HORSE RACING, AND MONEY
MISSIONARIES
MY BELIEF AND UNBELIEF
MUST RELIGION GO?
WORD PAINTING AND COLLEGE EDUCATION
PERSONAL MAGNETISM AND THE SUNDAY QUESTION
AUTHORS
INEBRIETY, Unpublished
MIRACLES, THEOSOPHY AND SPIRITUALISM, Unpublished
TOLSTOY AND LITERATURE
WOMAN IN POLITICS
SPIRITUALISM
PLAYS AND PLAYERS
WOMAN, A Fragment
STRIKES, EXPANSION AND OTHER SUBJECTS, New York, May 5, 1893
SUNDAY A DAY OF PLEASURE
THE PARLIAMENT OF RELIGIONS
CLEVELAND'S HAWAIIAN POLICY
ORATORS AND ORATORY
CATHOLICISM AND PROTESTANTISM.--THE POPE.--THE A. P. A., AGNOSTICISM AND THE CHURCH
WOMAN AND HER DOMAIN
PROFESSOR SWING
SENATOR SHERMAN AND HIS BOOK
REPLY TO THE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORERS
SPIRITUALISM
A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING
IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?--CHRISTIAN SCIENCE AND POLITICS
VIVISECTION
DIVORCE
MUSIC, NEWSPAPERS, LYNCHING AND ARBITRATION
A VISIT TO SHAW'S GARDEN
THE VENEZUELA BOUNDARY DISCUSSION AND THE WHIPPING POST
COLONEL SHEPARD'S STAGE HORSES
A REPLY TO THE REV. L. A. BANKS
CUBA--ZOLA AND THEOSOPHY
HOW TO BECOME AN ORATOR
JOHN RUSSELL YOUNG AND EXPANSION
PSYCHICAL RESEARCH AND THE BIBLE
THIS CENTURY'S GLORIES
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT AND THE WHIPPING POST
EXPANSION AND TRUSTS

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Nothing pleased me more than the painting from Holland, because they idealized and rendered holy the ordinary avocations of life. They paint cottages with sweet mothers and children; they paint homes. They are not much on Ariadnes and Venuses, but they paint good women.

Question. What did you think of the American display?

Answer. Our part of the Exposition is good, but nothing to what is should and might have been, but we bring home nearly as many medals as we took things. We lead the world in machinery and in ingenious inventions, and some of our paintings were excellent.

Question. Colonel, crossing the Atlantic back to America, what do you think of the Greenback movement?

Answer. In regard to the Greenback party, in the first place, I am not a believer in miracles. I do not believe that something can be made out of nothing. The Government, in my judgment, cannot create money; the Government can give its note, like an individual, and the prosp

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