Norman Hapgood to Salmon Oliver Levinson, December 1918


"We have just received the following telegram from Professor John Dewey:

Hope the League can get in touch with my friend S. O. Levinson, 76 West Monroe Street, Chicago. He wishes to combine League idea with plan to outlaw war. He is influential lawyer with large business connections and has great organizing power. Can't you wire him regarding interview?

I telegraphed you today in regard to it, and am now enclosing one copy of our platform and mailing you ten others.

If you will let me know how you feel about the necessity for action and the possibilities of doing something in Chicago, I shall be very grateful. We have had some correspondence with different individuals in Chicago, but nobody has taken hold yet."

Norman Hapgood.

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