The Christian Science Monitor: into the next century - Program 847

Guests: John Yemma, Gail Chaddock, Mary Trammell

For one hundred years, The Christian Science Monitor has stood not only for balanced, insightful coverage of global issues, but for an emphasis on humanity's progress and a solution-oriented approach to the news. The object of the Monitor as its Founder, Mary Baker Eddy, put it, "is to injure no man, but to bless all mankind." That's a powerful basis for a journalistic endeavor.

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