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The '''Christian Science Monitor''' is a daily [[newspaper]] published by the [[Christian Science]] church. Based in Boston since its founding in 1908 by [[Mary Baker Eddy]], it covers a full range of national and international topics, especially international news, with reporters in 11 countries, including [[Russia]], [[China]], [[France]], [[England]], [[Kenya]], [[Mexico]], [[Israel]], [[India]], as well as the [[United States]].
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The '''''Christian Science Monitor''''' is a daily [[newspaper]] published by the [[Christian Science]] church. Based in [[Boston]], [[Massachusetts]] since its founding in 1908 by [[Mary Baker Eddy]], it covers a full range of national and international topics, especially international news, with reporters in 11 countries, including [[Russia]], [[China]], [[France]], [[England]], [[Kenya]], [[Mexico]], [[Israel]], [[India]], as well as the [[United States]].
  
The ''Monitor'' is still considered a highly respected prestige newspaper, but its circulation has fallen sharply, as the membership of the sponsoring Christian Science church has shrunk.
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The ''Monitor'' is known for more intellectual and balanced reporting than most newspapers.  It is still considered a highly respected prestige newspaper, but its circulation has fallen sharply, as the membership of the sponsoring Christian Science church has shrunk.
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
[http://www.csmonitor.com/ Official Site]
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* [https://www.csmonitor.com/ Official Site]
  
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Latest revision as of 01:36, 9 April 2019

The Christian Science Monitor is a daily newspaper published by the Christian Science church. Based in Boston, Massachusetts since its founding in 1908 by Mary Baker Eddy, it covers a full range of national and international topics, especially international news, with reporters in 11 countries, including Russia, China, France, England, Kenya, Mexico, Israel, India, as well as the United States.

The Monitor is known for more intellectual and balanced reporting than most newspapers. It is still considered a highly respected prestige newspaper, but its circulation has fallen sharply, as the membership of the sponsoring Christian Science church has shrunk.

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