February 18, 1915
My dear Mr. Kellogg: --
It might be better to modify the human sacrifice thing, although Gilbert Murray insists that the earliest writers in Greece, down to [Aeschylus], were always afraid that the nation would drop back into human sacrifice and regarded it as a sort of black cloud always near them. While Felix Adler may [illegible] be correct, I do not think <the analogy is> he was so far off if one goes by <popular interpretation.>
We may have to go on with very few names or have a large number under the general term of "others." In any event I think the <mss> should be published as quickly as possible.
Jane Addams [signed]
<Please excuse this awful letter!>