Those who are involved in the publication of The Christian Science Monitor are as mindful as other business or professional people that they must work hard to get the news, to sell advertising, to process subscriptions, and to increase circulation. Like other professionals, Monitor workers are basically concerned with making their newspaper the best possible and getting it to the public.
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