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From the August 1919 issue of The Christian Science Journal

The world has been witnessing for almost five years the most tremendous upheaval, perhaps, in its history. Outwardly the eruption assumed the form of a great war in which all the devices of engineering skill, all the resources of modern natural science, were employed; but beneath the surface, and essentially, the struggle which took place during these tragic years was one between truth and error, or good and evil.