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Addams argues that international organizations should include humanitarian goals as well as political ones in order to win public support. This was also given as a speech to the Labor Forum in Detroit on November 28.

Addams spoke to the Reading Chamber of Commerce on the role that the United States could play in reducing the humanitarian crisis in Europe.
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Addams explores how women's clubs can help conserve food and become more active in helping the starving people of the world.

Receipts for food drafts sent by Addams to Vienna and Berlin.

A report of a soup kitchen opened in Dusseldorf, Germany by the French Army to meet the needs of the German people.

The paper reports on discussions of milk shortage and child welfare in Germany held at the Paris Peace Conference.

Wells asks Addams if she can help Emil Abderhalden's efforts to help German children.

Kessler sends Addams his "True League of Nations" and a pamphlet on famine in Berlin (not found).

Müller asks Addams to send food relief packages to her and other peace activists in Vienna.

Addams discusses her recent activities, the International Congress of Women and her hope that America joins the League of Nations.

Addams provides Wacker with the actual content of her statement on conditions in Germany that was misreported in the press.

Addams sends Wacker a correction about reported statements she made on Germany's need for aid.

Addams sends Sihler an article on feeding starving children during the war.

Addams asks Jordan to help raise relief money for Central Europe.

Addams thanks Thomas for his telegram regarding the German woman's appeal and hopes to meet to discuss it.

Addams writes to Kellogg about the speaking she has done recently and a woman Kellogg inquired about. She also sends him letters and telegrams about contributions to the famine.

Addams thanks Levinson for a recent donation and sends a report on food shortages in Germany.

Addams seeks to discourage Linn and his wife from volunteering in a more active role in the war.

The Tribune retracts a statement it published based on Addams's claim that she was misquoted.

Addams sends Thomas a letter (not found) and fears that they will not be able to secure relief support from the United States Food Administration.

Addams tells Trueblood that reports of her Ohio speeches being canceled are exaggerated, and discusses opposition to her work for German relief.

Slade praises Addams' her recent comments on Germany's food scarcity.

Lewis tells Addams about work being done in Pennsylvania and asks Addams's advice about dealing with Herbert Hoover.

Lewis hopes to see Addams in Chicago and discusses her views of the Woman's Peace Party.

Tendeloo asks Addams for more American aid to combat worsening food shortages in Germany.

Thomas telegrams Addams that the New York Fellowship of Reconciliation supports sending food relief in answer to the German women's appeal.

Addams and Hamilton report on their visit to Germany to see conditions after World War I.
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