When the Eddy Breaks

Friday, May 27, 2005


Circulation for the Christian Science Monitor has plummeted in recent decades, and costly broadcast ventures by the organization haven’t helped. Recently, the Monitor named a new top editor, who, incidentally, is not a practicing journalist but rather a longtime church member. Is the paper in the midst of its most serious crisis ever? CSM managing editor Marshall Ingwerson gives Bob the view from within.

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