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  • Mentions: Government of the United States

Clark tells Detzer about the role the United States' Section of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom can play on the disarmament issue.

News coverage of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's Pennsylvania branch meeting at which the League was accused of treasonous propaganda.

In two Detroit speeches, Addams praises the candidacy of Robert La Follette for the presidency and offers impressions from her world trip.

A referendum seeking opinions on repealing or modifying the Volstead Act.

Eastman sends Addams news coverage of an attack on her and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom made at the Massachusetts conference of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Stockwell details the emergence of military training at state universities.

Armes describes Russian refugee Jan Pouren's efforts to enter and remain in the United States.

Addams spoke about the United States and the League of Nations to the Community Church in Shanghai.

Balch tells Hughes the circumstance of her making an erroneous statement about Austrian war debts.

Addams argues that the United States should offer economic and humanitarian aid to starving Europe.

Addams gives the example of a Belgian woman who aided Germans after the war as a model for new beginnings.

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

Gulick discusses Japanese-American foreign relations and how they have been impacted by the Great Kanto Earthquake and the anti-Japanese immigration laws passed in the United States.

Addams urges the public to share its opinions on the Washington Naval Conference and argues for American involvement in international affairs.

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

Addams predicts that the United States will join the League of Nations eventually.

Lee recounts the political and humanitarian situation in the Near East in the aftermath of World War I.

Balch proposes that the United States loan France funds funds on the provision that it give up its occupation of the Rhineland.

Addams argues for disarmament and claims the vast majority of taxes are used for war.

Ingham updates Addams on the planning for the International Congress of Women.

Woods tells Addams about differences of opinion over the theme for the International Congress of Women and efforts to secure delegates from Europe.

Addams tells Grave she is unable to give a lecture due to an engagement in New York and clarifies the meaning of an international member of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.