The Truth Seeker | World's Oldest Freethought Publication | Sept.-Dec. 2018
For nearly a century and a half, THE TRUTH SEEKER has fought for freedom of expression and promoted science, secularism, and women’s rights.
Since 1873, THE TRUTH SEEKER has condemned religious extremism and challenged censorship laws which our founder spent nearly a year imprisoned for violating.
THE TRUTH SEEKER championed Charles Darwin and Thomas Paine—
America’s Founding Father and leading spirit of American Freethought.
THE TRUTH SEEKER counted among its illustrious subscribers and progressive writers Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Mark Twain, Thomas Edison, Clarence Darrow, and Robert Ingersoll—The Great Agnostic.
In this issue:
“Why We Must Defend Free Speech” by Flemming Rose
“Mark Twain, Freethought, and Anti-Imperialism” by Nathan G. Alexander
“Mark Twain and Robert Ingersoll Connection” by John Bird
“The ‘Ethics’ of the Catholic Bishops” by Valerie Tarico
“Racial Justice and the Campaign to Save Abolition Hall” by David R. Contosta
“In The Beginning: The Story of The Truth Seeker” by Roderick Bradford
“A Pantheist Makes a Pilgrimage” by Ray Jason