Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication


The attitude of the press toward our Cause continually grows more fair and sympathetic as ignorance and prejudice are removed. Our observation is that the average editor is fair-minded. He does not want his newspaper to be a channel for misinformation. He does not want it to do any person or cause an injustice. So he is usually prompt in denying space to any whose contributions are seen to be prompted by ignorance or prejudice; or, having allowed his space to be used for an unfair end, he is quick to allow additional space for a correction.

It is gratifying to report that so far as the Committee has been able to learn not one unfair criticism of Christian Science or our Leader has appeared in a Nebraska newspaper during the year.

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July 13, 1935

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