In a recent issue of the Times there appeared a report...

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In a recent issue of the Times there appeared a report of an address delivered by a doctor guests attending the annual clinic dinner of the Oklahoma City Clinical Society. The doctor, styled as the stalwart defender of medicine, "slyly stealing into what he said is 'quackery camp,' put stone after stone into his verbal sling shot," aimed indiscriminately at all those who might have the temerity to seek physical healing through other agencies than those approved by conventional medicine.

Christian Science was assailed as a "cult," and its Discoverer and Founder, Mary Baker Eddy, unwarrantedly held up to ridicule. But in the words of Lincoln, "Truth is generally the best vindication against slander."

February 17, 1934
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