Early in the history of the Christian Science movement Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, stressed the necessity for a newspaper published and edited by Christian Scientists to counteract the evil influence of the unscrupulous press of that time. Not until Christian Science had encircled the globe and become a world movement did she found the last of the Christian Science periodicals, The Christian Science Monitor , an international daily newspaper.
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