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Addams addresses the objections of the American Legion to the WILPF Summer School, denying their charges that the peace movement is led by Communists.
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Addams tells Lewis news of her travels and discusses WILPF matters.

Addams addresses a peace meeting and argues that in order for Europe to recover economically, the peace treaty must be revised; she also argues that the United States should and will join the League of Nations.

Addams reports that she was not able to meet with government officials and that she will not intervene in reparations discussions.

Addams announces that she is meeting with world leaders to urge them to settle the reparations problem immediately.

Addams tells Balch her understanding of responsibilities between the WILPF International and the United States Section with regard to the expenses of the International Congress of Women and the Summer School.

Addams tells Shiverick that she is asking Emily Balch to respond to his letter due to the press of running the WILPF Summer School.

Balch sends Addams her letter to Nathan Shiverick apologizing for the delay in making corrections.

Addams telegrams Kellogg that she cannot get a real article to him by July 7 but will send a few paragraphs on the peace activities that summer.

Glücklich updates Addams on recent activities in European peace sections and on WILPF finances.

Addams discusses the finances of the WILPF Summer School program.

Stewart tells Addams of the impact on the Detroit branch of the death of its leader, Louise Atkinson, and their determination to go on.

Meller thanks Addams for her hospitality during her visit in America.

Hertzka reports to Addams about the difficulties of finding support for the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom in Canada. She also thanks Addams for her support.

Lathrop seeks to talk to Addams about relations between the League of Women Voters and WILPF.

Addams thanks Catt for her letter about the McLeod resolution but believes that it has come to a showdown.

Addams tells Ingham that she is sorry that she resigned from work on the International Congress of Women, but that she cannot remove Amy Woods as she did not engage her on the task.

Addams sends Woods donations raised for bringing European women to the Women's International Congress.

Addams tells Woods that she will be able to attend a March WILPF Board meeting.

Catt asks Addams for information so that she can publish a defense of peace activists vilified by the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Addams replies to Catt's questionnaire but discourages Catt from trying to fight the Daughters of the American Revolution's attacks on her and the peace movement.

Addams responds to Woods's letter about scheduling WILPF projects in the margins.

Woods asks Addams for her opinion on WILPF board meeting dates, and other WILPF activities.

Addams tells Balch that she thinks the United States Section of WILPF should use funding for publishing the Summer School proceedings.

Addams updates Woods on fundraising for the International Conference of Women.

Addams remarks on the success of the International Congress of Women.

Hull asks Addams to contact Mary Brite regarding a possible donation to the WILPF and asks her advice on the problem of the national secretaryship.

Addams asks Woods for programs for the International Congress of Women for distribution to Summer School attendees.

Addams and Balch offer Glucklich and Ramondt a plan to organize WILPF finances and ask for their opinions.
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