(18601925). Am. lawyer, statesman, orator; Presb.; in wide demand as Chautauqua lecturer; strong advocate of Fundamentalism in religion. Died a few days after the end of the Scopes trial in Tennessee, at which he defended the truth of revealed religion against attacks of evolutionism, winning the case for the state.
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