Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

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It is encouraging to report that newspaper men continue to be friendly and there has been no unkindly reference to Christian Science in the press. Editors and their staffs are becoming more appreciative of the international news and the editorials presented in The Christian Science Monitor. The reliability and accuracy of these articles make a direct appeal. The following are expressions of appreciation from editors: "We find The Christian Science Monitor a daily newspaper worth reading. We offer it to friends who call at our office, some of whom had the idea that it contained material relative to Christian Science only. As this prejudice begins to disappear our friends look the Monitor over and read it." During an interview an editor referred to the soundness of the policy of the Monitor, and how thoroughly his office staff relies on it for historical and general facts. He also spoke of his tour of the Christian Science Publishing House during a visit to Boston.

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