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Name: Horace L. Green
Date registered: October 2, 2015
URL: http://liberaluniversity.org/

Latest posts

  1. Nettie A. Olds — August 11, 2016
  2. Individualism & Altruism in Economics — March 22, 2016
  3. Funeral Foolishness — March 22, 2016
  4. A Kaleidoscopic Turn — February 27, 2016
  5. President Roosevelt and the Kittens — February 26, 2016

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Aug 11

Nettie A. Olds

A Free Thought Church at McMinnville, Oregon — May, 1896 The portrait of Nettie A. Olds (right), appears as the frontispiece of this number of this Magazine. We also herewith present our readers with a picture of a part of the interior of the church of which Miss Olds is the pastor. Below will be …

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Mar 22

Individualism & Altruism in Economics

By E.W. Kenyon — March, 1903 Chicago, IL: There is probably no subject, at present, more alive and interesting to all classes of people than that of economics. It fills the very intellectual atmosphere we breathe, even attracting the attention of the unthinking. We hear it from rostrum, press and pulpit. It generally takes an …

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Mar 22

Funeral Foolishness

By Walter Collins — February, 1903 One of the most neglected questions that needs the attention of progressive people is funeral reform. The very first and most important step is to quit burying human bodies. Man is the only animal of his size that is permitted to pollute the earth in the very locality that …

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Feb 27

A Kaleidoscopic Turn

By Ida Ballou — September, 1902 Sidney, Ohio: Says Goethe: The world’s my delight; I gazed on the distant, I look on the near, On wood and on planet, On field and on deer, And the beauty eternal Of all things I see, And pleased with myself. All bring pleasure to me. Glad eyes look …

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Feb 26

President Roosevelt and the Kittens

Can a Freethinker Consistently Vote for Roosevelt for President? Editorial—September, 1902: If the Republican Party shall nominate Roosevelt for President, can any Free Thought Republican consistently vote for him, knowing the fact that in his book he called Thomas Paine a “dirty little atheist?” We had come very near deciding that he could not, when …

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Feb 10

Irrepressible Economic Conflict

E.W. Kenyon

By E.W. Kenyon — July, 1902 Chicago, IL: If the signs of the times ripen into what they purport, there can be little question that the storm center of human advancement will be in the economic and industrial questions that are pressing with accelerated motion toward an equitable solution. That there is a profound and …

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Dec 28

The Ingersoll Memorial Association

By Judge C. B. Waite — August, 1901 An address delivered by IMA President Waite at its first public meeting held at the Great Northern Hotel July 6, 1901. Friends: We meet to-day to report progress in a movement started for the purpose of doing honor to a great American citizen, now no more, a …

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Dec 23


By George Allen White — December, 1901 My brothers, sisters, you who long for the reign of Truth and Right. Does it seem that the world is ruled by wrong, and that error is Infinite? Does it seem that the light of to-day is caught through the dim, low-windowed past? Yet know that Truth is …

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Dec 20

Presentation: Oregon Freethought History

Date: January 25, 2016 at 6:30 Place: O’Connor’s Cafe and Bar, 7850 SW Capitol Hwy, Portland, Oregon A presentation by Silverton Historian Gus Frederick. This talk addressed the Freethought movement in Oregon during the latter quarter of the 19th Century, beginning with the seeds of the Oregon State Secular Union, the growing Freethought scene in …

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Dec 13

The Matriarchati, or Mother Age: Part II

By Elizabeth Cady Stanton — June, 1901 Continued from May: The ladies of the tribe of Ymanan are celebrated for their beauty and musical talent; when they give concerts the men come eagerly from the most distant parts, adorned like male ostriches. The women of the Berber tribes sing every evening to the accompaniment of …

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