According to Aroup Chatterjee "There would be no Mother Teresa without Malcolm Muggeridge. During his long life, Muggeridge (1903-1990) was a journalist (and author) who was in the unique position of having major access to both the printed media and television, in Britain as well as in the United States. It was Muggeridge who discovered Teresa and it was owing to Muggeridge's incessant efforts that Mother Teresa was built up in those early years; very soon of course, others took up his good work." 
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- Chapter 3, Meteor Books, accessed December 15, 2008.