Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

Eight hundred and ninety-two reprints of religious articles from The Christian Science Monitor appeared in the press of this state, of which number seven were in foreign languages. This is an increase of one hundred and ninety-eight over last year. One of my Assistants reported that after the editor of a local paper had published a religious reprint from the Monitor, he was called on the telephone by a local politician, not a Christian Scientist. The politician said he had read the article twice, and then remarked, "If you will print more of such things you will get somewhere."

One article from the Sentinel was reprinted in full, credit, of course, being given. A cartoon entitled "The Ventriloquist" taken from the Monitor appeared in eighty-seven papers. This was a new venture.

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