The Christian Science Monitor Weekly for May 26, 2014: The War That Remade The World by Gerard Degroot

By First Church of Christ, Scientist, Camden and Christian Science Reading Room | May 30, 2014
Courtesy of: www.spirituality.com

Inside this week’s Monitor:

Cover Story: The Great War’s lasting bootprint. At the cost of huge suffering and loss, the collapse of major empires during World War I formed the modern world. It stimulated the rise of the Unites States, laid the groundwork for the European Union, and triggered international conflicts that continue today.

Focus: Boko Haram – Behind a radical sect’s rise.

Focus: College Sports – Time to play for pay in College?

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