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From the November 1917 issue of The Christian Science Journal

With the world in the throes of a master struggle for liberty, the thinker is inevitably led to ponder the meaning of freedom. From what oppression does the world seek liberation? What constitutes true deliverance? What is the inevitable outcome of the problem now in course of solution? Working from the basis of Christian Science teaching, and accepting all causation as purely mental, we are at once lifted above the thraldom of materiality into the comparative freedom of the thought realm, from which vantage ground we may begin to comprehend in a measure the intimate interrelation between the varying phases of human activity.