Recognition of Our Leader

A very significant thing occurred recently. An open poll of the women of America was taken, sponsored by the National Council of Women and the Ladies' Home Journal, to determine who, in the opinion of the voters, were the twelve greatest American women leaders of the past one hundred years. Of the 128,882 ballots recorded, Mrs. Eddy received 102,762, a vote which placed our Leader first on the list.

Wherein lies the significance of this pronouncement? Chiefly in the fact that it shows that many American women are today recognizing Mrs. Eddy's outstanding position in the world of religion. They are aware of what Christian Science as a spiritual force has done and is doing in America and throughout the world, and by their vote they have accorded the merited credit to its Discoverer and Founder.

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January 21, 1933
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