The Ingersoll Prizes 1986

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After the Reverend Joseph McClatchey of Wheaton Collegenoffered an invocation, John Howard opened thenawards banquet with remarks focusing on the intent of thenlate Leopold Tyrmand and The IngersoU Foundation innestabhshing The IngersoU Prizes. Dr. Howard describednthe prizes as a needed corrective in an age when manynmajor writers have abdicated their . . .

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