Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

During the past year only one letter of correction was prepared for publication by your Committee. The occasion for the corrective letter was not a malicious attack, but a slighting reference to Christian Science.

The continued friendly attitude of many Colorado editors toward Christian Science, and the high esteem in which they hold The Christian Science Monitor, is evidenced by the fact that they have reprinted many news items, articles, and poems, giving the Monitor due credit. One editor published in full the articles on Russia; several have favorably commented on our great newspaper in their editorials. One stated, "The Christian Science Monitor is read by more people than any other American daily, though a few boast larger circulation," while another spoke of the Monitor as "the acknowledged foremost newspaper in the United States."

Further evidence of the recognized merit of the Monitor is that fifteen newspapers have availed themselves of the subscription-in-exchange-for-advertising plan, which offers to newspapers in communities where there is no recognized branch church or society a subscription to The Christian Science Monitor in exchange for advertising.

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Life as Principle
January 19, 1935

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