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Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter VII - THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE PUBLISHING SOCIETY

This Article puts the whole publishing business into the hands of a
publishing Board--special. Mrs. Eddy appoints to its vacancies.

The profits go semi-annually to the Treasurer of the Mother-Church. Mrs.
Eddy owns the Treasurer.

Editors and publishers of the Christian Science Journal cannot be elected
or removed without Mrs. Eddy's knowledge and consent.

Every candidate for employment in a high capacity or a low one, on the
other periodicals or in the publishing house, must first be "accepted by
Mrs. Eddy as suitable." And "by the Board of Directors"--which is
surplusage, since Mrs. Eddy owns the Board.

If at any time a weekly shall be started, "it shall be owned by The First
Church of Christ, Scientist"--which is Mrs. Eddy.

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I think that any one who will carefully examine the By-laws (I haveplaced all of the important ones before the reader), will arrive at theconclusion that of late years the master-passion in Mrs. Eddy's heart isa hunger for power and glory; and that while her hunger for money stillremains, she wants it now for the expansion and extension it can furnishto that power and glory, rather than what it can do for her towardssatisfying minor and meaner ambitions.I wish to enlarge a little upon this matter. I think it is quite clearthat the reason why Mrs. Eddy has concentrated in
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It is true in matters of business Mrs. Eddy thinks of everything. Shethought of an organ, to disseminate the Truth as it was in Mrs. Eddy.Straightway she started one--the Christian Science Journal.It is true--in matters of business Mrs. Eddy thinks of everything. Assoon as she had got the Christian Science Journal sufficiently in debt tomake its presence on the premises disagreeable to her, it occurred to herto make somebody a present of it. Which she did, along with its debts.It was in the summer of 1889. The victim selected was her Church--called, in those days, The National
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