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Excerpt from The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 7 of 12
The right to do right is my definition of physical liberty. The right of one human being ceases where the right of another commences. My defini tion of intellectual liberty is, the right to think, whether you think right or wrong, provided you do your best to think right.
I believe in Liberty, Fraternity and Equality - the Blessed Trinity of Humanity.
I believe in Observation, Reason and Experience -the Blessed Trinity of Science.
I believe in Man, Woman and Child - the Blessed Trinity of Life and Joy.
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