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Addams discusses the unequal relationship between Mexico and the United States and efforts in Mexico to prevent economic dependence on America.

Jacobs sends Addams the latest European thinking on the congress of neutral nations, but is eager to hear what President Wilson said.

Post writes Spencer about the fallout from an controversial interview given by Robert LaFollette Jr., which charged that George Creel was arranging peace speakers to appear for government programs.

Post sends Addams some corrections in her Survey article regarding the purchase of the Virgin Islands.

Post explains the issues facing American efforts to bring relief for prisoners of war still held in the Soviet Union.

Alvee tells Addams that the State Department cannot interview in John Reed's arrest save to assure he has a fair trial.

Woods updates the group on the progress of having the Pan-American Committee bill introduced into the Congressional Record.

Woods asks the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's United States Section to approve Addams's statement regarding American-Japanese foreign policy and the pending immigration law.

Addams speaks in Boston about the way to solve the problem of unmarried mothers and delinquent girls and urges the lifting of the Russian blockade.

Parsons goes over multiple points about the current climate around the war in Europe and how President Wilson can keep America neutral.

Love writes to Addams about Germany's warmongering and condemns its militarism.

Cripps thanks McDonald for Dulles's address and hopes that the United States can help promote peace in Europe.

Merriman sends Addams an update on the work of the Foreign Policy Association.

The Committee outlines its program to work for a positive political and social relationship between Japan and America.
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In this speech, Addams tells the alumnae of the University of Michigan at the Chicago College club, how they can help with the food shortage crisis by conserving food and understanding the production of food.

Woods tells Speer that he considers the Japanese Exclusion Act a disaster for the United States.

Jordan hopes to travel to Europe, but since Henry Ford withdrew his support of the Neutral Conference for Continuous Mediation there is not much for him to do there.

Apcar tells Addams about the persecution of Armenian and Assyrian Christians perpetrated by the British and French.

Detzer updates Addams on efforts to meet with government officials about the situation in Haiti, the American Legion, and other affairs of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's Washington office.

Menkin writes Addams about writing an article on the Russian government's refusal to honor passports of Catholic or Jewish Americans.

Karsten sends Lloyd a copy of the National Conference on the Foreign Relations of the United States program.

Karsten sends Fiske a post card to send to Congress to oppose entering World War I.

Karsten writes on behalf of Addams, informing members of the Woman's Peace Party of the efforts being made to stop militaristic sentiments.