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Addams responds to Ferre Watkins's charges that Hull-House was a radical and Communist center.

A news article reports on Joseph J. Hurley's speech about his refusal to head the armistice parade in Boston because of the participation of peace activists.

Dawes argues for peace at an Armistace Day event, but criticizes the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and Jane Addams and disloyal to the United States.

Dawes called Addams and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom communists.

Addams defends her work for social betterment and a newspaper editorial blames the postwar situation for tarring ordinary ideas as communist.

The Herald reports on Cornelia Parker's lecture at the Ford Hall Forum, which supports Jane Addams against the accusations of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Detzer tells Addams about attacks on her as a radical and about the possibility of militias being sent to Mexico.

Marienthal tells Addams that the United Order of True Sisters has protested Ferre Watkins's attack on Addams to the Chicago Tribune.

Goldsmith tells Addams that the United Order of True Sisters protests against Ferre Watkins's accusations.

Gabriel tells Addams that he regrets the recent attack on her by Ferre Watkins and offers any way he can help in her work.

Detzer tells Addams that she is upset about the attacks on Addams by Ferre Watkins but hopes that a libel case can be brought.

Addams advises the Union on how to respond to the attacks made by Ferre Watkins.

Mead urges Addams to pursue libel charges against her attackers and tells of similar attacks on peace from her lecture experiences.

Sprague suggests to Rosenwald that Ferre Watkins apologize for his statements.

Jennison tells Addams about a meeting where she and Hull-House were attacked as anti-American.

Addams tells Detzer about an attack from Ferre Watkins and a reason for issues with the peace donations.

Abbott advises Addams to sue Ferre Watkins and Helen Dawes for libel and slander.

Bailey tells Addams that the American Civil Liberties Union plans to sue the Chicago Tribune, C. B. Hopkins and the Military Intelligence Association for libel. They want Addams to join the suit.

The Herald reports an attack on Addams at the  Daughters of the American Revolution meeting.

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.

Elliott corrects the reporting in the Herald regarding the International Congress of Women and Jane Addams.

Elliott sends Addams a protest she wrote to the editor of the the Boston Herald over the attacks by the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Andrews tells Addams that the criticism she sent about the article on the American Association for Labor Legislation was uninformed.

Breckinridge tells Addams about the Conference on the Cause and Cure of War and the Child Labor amendment.

Addams recalls Theodore Roosevelt's visits to Hull-House and told a story of losing her hat during one trip.