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The Christian Science Monitor: Its Role and Purpose

From the September 1975 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Three little vignettes tell a great deal about the purpose and role of The Christian Science Monitor:

• A magazine writer, who had spent some time researching a story about the Monitor, finally came to the Editor with this conclusion: "It's the Christian Science that goes into it [the Monitor] that makes the difference."

• A leading United States Senator was about to give an exclusive and headline-making interview. He chose the Monitor because, as his staff said, "No other paper carries the impact the Monitor does on moral issues."

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