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  • Subject is exactly "peace movement"

Widegren discusses her ideas for training peace workers to collaborate internationally given to the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's Balkan Conference.

Moore tells Addams that she is sending her play to the International Congress of Women at Dublin, but cannot afford to attend.

Rice tells Addams that the men of Missouri and Kansas are unwilling to fight in wars without a referendum.

De Rohan reviews Channing Pollock's play The Enemy.

Jennison tells Morris that Addams is in Europe and can not answer his letter regarding the Chicago Peace Society until her return..

Balch tells Park that she thinks that requiring a peace a pledge of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom members might not be a good strategy.

Freed asks Addams for advice in helping a friend whose life has been derailed by his deserting the army.

Karsten tells Williams that the Woman's Peace Party is not incorporated, but she would send her some material on the subject.

Karsten responds to Oppenheim's request stating Addams would be interested in publishing an article in the Seven Arts, but may decline due to her health.

Karsten sends Ginsburg a copy of Addams' address.

Karsten sends Hunter Addams' pamphlet as well as other pamphlets from the Woman's Peace Party.

Hunter asks Addams to send the pamphlet, "Patriotism and Pacifists in Wartime".

Karsten sends White copies of Addams' article and informs her of the details of a conference.

Unknown writers comment on Jacobs's issues with Addams and notes Headquarters' neglect in doing its duty, thus forcing Addams to take action.

Nasmyth sends a reply to Wilson's recent speech explaining the need for disarmament to perpetuate national safety rather than an increase in war preparation. He offers a list of proposals to ensure peace which focus on strengthening international relations.

Morley asks Addams for more information about the peace movement.

Judd wants to arrange for Addams to speak at an upcoming Minneapolis Peace Society meeting.

Liddon asks Addams for information for a debate concerning the United States' response to Germany's violation of Belgian neutrality.

Balch notes that George Foster Peabody and George Washinton Kirchwey oppose a referendum on entering war.

Glasier explains that she has been turning to religion to fight for peace during the First World War.

McQueen advises Wilson to leave the decision of war up to the people through a referendum.

Addams tells Lochner how much she hopes he will get to share his thoughts during upcoming events and regrets that he cannot be present at the next peace meeting in New York.

Wald writes Addams that Survey Board members want to discuss Kellogg's anti-war opinions, and requests her presence at Tuesday's meeting.

Bryan expresses to Addams the need for a referendum to involve the general public in the choice of declaring war in hopes that the Government will recognize peaceful alternatives.