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  • Subject is exactly "World War I, home front"

Addams discusses the role of American women as economic factors in the post-World War I global economy.

Addams explores the role that American women will have in rebuilding the world and the economy.

Post writes Spencer about the fallout from an controversial interview given by Robert LaFollette Jr., which charged that George Creel was arranging peace speakers to appear for government programs.

The Chicago branch of the Woman's Peace Party suggests that pacifists work on food conservation, child welfare, better conditions for soldiers, a defense of civil rights and plans for financing the war.
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The Woman's Peace Party outlines steps that peace activists can take once war is declared.

Certificate thanking Addams for her help raising funds for the Fourth Liberty Loan.

Lynch asks Lochner to resign from the American section of the Central Organization for a Durable Peace on the grounds that others are resigning because Lochner is a member.

Shulman thanks Addams for her help in raising Liberty Loan funds in the 19th Ward.

Addams updates Linn on Mary Smith's health and his family and remarks on where Hull-House residents are serving in France.

Addams writes to Linn about hearing from John and Stanley Linn.

Addams offers comments on Roger Baldwin's statement regarding the Industrial Workers of the World Defense Committee.

Addams tells Baldwin that there is not enough evidence with regard to the Industrial Workers of the World Defense Committee for her to contact the President.

Addams seeks to discourage Linn and his wife from volunteering in a more active role in the war.

Addams hopes to see Lindsey soon and commiserates about the difficulty of finding a way to help on the home front.

Norton asks Addams for suggestions of wartime activities suitable for pacifists.

Addams responds to Gale's question about whether the Woman's Peace Party will direct its members to help with relief efforts.

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

Taylor proposes financing World War I via an income tax on the wealthy so as not to weaken the nation's economy.

The writer thanks Addams for her efforts for peace and decries America's treatment of Germany and Germans.

Gorham discusses Addams plans regarding a dehydrating plant to be used to preserve food.

Gale asks Addams to send a statement reaffirming the goals and purpose of the Woman's Peace Party to each branch to ensure they don't lose their way.

Henderson describes pro-World War I propaganda and tells Addams that he now supports peace.

Harney reports on the establishment of a dehydrating plant in Massachusetts.

Kellogg sends Addams information about how social agencies are approaching war work.