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Eastman describes new organizational changes to the American Union and requests a meeting with Addams before the upcoming Woman's Peace Party meeting in Philadelphia.

Post discusses plans for the Annual Woman's Peace Party Meeting statement such as including a platform statement and loyalty pledge. Post also discusses potential organizational changes to the American Section of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace.

Post shares her opinion to Mead on the issue of political loyalty during wartime.

Wald explains her resignation from the American Union and expectations for the future after the recent granting of suffrage to women in New York State.

Addams explains her sentiments regarding Eastman's suggests in her previous letter.

Addams proposes that, due to a clear division in preferences regarding the Executive Meeting, the meeting be held at Mrs. Wilmarth's country house outside of Chicago.

Addams requests information on the American Union for a Democratic Peace to decide if she should continue to be a member.

Addams inquires about what dates are convenient for Slayden to come to the Executive Board meeting, and mentions some topics they must discuss.

Mead asks Addams to notify the Executive Board if any changes are made to their meeting plans.

Spencer believes that Boston is the best choice for the Executive Board Meeting and gives the dates best for her.

Post asks Karsten to send Slayden a notification about the Executive Board Meeting.

Forbes proposes a new name for the Woman's Peace Party and advises on its goals.

Post gives her preferences regarding the Executive Board meeting, suggesting it be in New York or Boston.

Breckinridge informs Addams that she cannot attend a meeting in New York and gives her thoughts on the statement of principles.

Spencer suggests the Executive Board meeting be held in Chicago, and states issues that may arise by having it in New York.

Mead gives further suggestions as to the date and place of the Executive Board meeting.

Post tells Addams about the difficulties faced by the Washington branch of the Woman's Peace Party due to differences of opinion over suffrage work.

Post discusses ideas for the Council and executive board meeting in October, including a change of name in their organization.

Mead updates Addams on Massachusetts politics and discusses possible dates for a board meeting in New York City.

Jacobs and Manus propose to hold a meeting in Amsterdam of neutral branches of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace because travel is impossible for members of warring countries. .

Addams informs Thomas that Hope McDonald will be appointed as chair of the Woman's Peace Party of Minnesota.

Addams discusses Eastman's paper on the defense of conscientious objectors and hopes more groups like hers will form.

Gale sends Addams her views on how the Woman's Peace Party should react towards requests to help with war relief.

Eastman advises Addams about the role of women in the peace movement and suggests next steps.

Addams declines Lochner's invitation to the First American Conference for Democracy and Terms of Peace, but suggests setting up a local chapter in Chicago.

Cumberson updates Addams on the work of the California branch of the Woman's Peace Party.

Leckie offers to head the publicity section of the Woman's Peace Party and cites her credentials.

Addams drafts a response to White about the peace meeting schedules.

Addams calls for the public to join the peace movement, demonstrate public sentiment for peace, and attend a conference.

Pope tells Addams about the Western states' struggle to organize successful peace activities and requests her help and expertise.
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