Robert Ingersoll exemplified the worst in Skepticism today, as one who delivered simple-minded "reader response" judgments. Many wrote responses to him in his own day, and we'll be looking to provide these. For now these are mostly references with just a couple of active links. ("Whinger," by the way, is an Aussie way of saying "whiner.")

Arnold, S. G.

Bailey, Gilbert S.

Bien, Rabbi H. M.

Black, Jeremiah

Braden, Clark

Brann, Henry A. (Athanasius)

Buckley, J. M.

Caldwell, J. H.


Courtney, L. F.

Crafts, Wilbur F. and McCabe, C. C.

Curtiss, Samuel Ives

Dabney, Robert Lewis

Dunnett, S.

Durbin, John Price

Edgett, George W.

Field, Henry M.

Galbreath, Elizabeth / Mountain Laburnium

Gladstone, W. E.

Gleeson, William and Brann, Henry A.

Goodwin, E. P. and Curtiss, Samuel Ives

Hall, J. G.

Harrison, J. T.

Holding, James Patrick

Johnson, H. U.

Keyser, John H.

Kittredge, Herman Eugene

Lambert, L. A. (Louis Aloisius)

Larson, Orvin Prentiss

Leech, Samuel Vanderlip

Lellyett, John

Magruder, Allan Bowie

McGrady, T. (Thomas)

Nevin, Alfred

Northgraves, George R.

Owen, Olin Martin

Parker, Joseph

Phillips, Paul A. M.S.

Platt, W. H. (William Henry)

Queensberry, Caroline

Redwine, Fletcher H.

Rubi, M.

Sheridan, General George

Snyder, John

Sonnenschein, Rabbi

Stephens, E. (Edward)

Tipton, T. W.

Walworth, Clarence A.

Webber, Reuel S.

Wellman, Francis

Woodruff, Charles Marcus

Zachary, James W.

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