TO obtain an appreciative comprehension of the foresight Mrs. Eddy used for the preservation of the Cause of Christian Science, one must know something of her efforts to remove the weaknesses which she saw were apparent in her organizations—the Christian Scientist Association, the National Christian Scientist Association, and the church in Boston.
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