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(RNS) Robert Ingersoll was a Victorian-era rock star who packed theaters with people who traveled hundred of miles to hear his lectures against religion. Though largely forgotten, the man known as ``The Great Agnostic'' is enjoying a bit of a revival.

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  1. Interesting about his advocacy of women’s reproductive freedom, considering the pioneer feminists were what we’d today call pro-life (as was Christopher Hitchens).

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