Of Good Report

The Monitor Is Blessing All Mankind

On page 353 of "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany," Mary Baker Eddy lists her purposes in naming and founding each of the periodicals of our movement. She says of The Christian Science Monitor: "The next I named Monitor, to spread undivided the Science that operates unspent. The object of the Monitor is to injure no man, but to bless all mankind."

That our daily newspaper is fulfilling our Leader's purpose is evidenced by many letters of appreciation received by the Monitor. The following excerpts are from some of these letters:

From a professor of political science in college in the state of Oregon: "I have often wanted to tell you how indispensable I am finding The Christian Science Monitor, both personally and in my professional capacity. In my judgment the Monitor brings day after day the most trenchant, informed, and intelligent analyses and appraisals of the international situation, which is the field of my specialization. In this rather remote part of the United States, it is particularly important to keep abreast not only of facts, but also of informed evaluation that penetrates below the surface of events. Every so often I tell my classes in international politics to read your paper daily. I am finding it of similar usefulness in my radio and television work. The Monitor represents the best kind of edication in international affairs I can think of."

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