Is A Revival Under Way At The Christian Science Monitor?

A venerable paper has faith that a fresh format will lure readers

Can The Christian Science Monitor, the original national daily, stage a comeback? The paper has lost two-thirds of its circulation in the past 10 years and hasn't turned a profit since 1956. And for the fiscal year ending Apr. 30, it is expected to lose $18.1 million, its biggest shortfall in a decade.

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