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A protest statement claiming that Ferre Watkins's accusations that Hul-House is a communist organization are false.
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Addams urges Calvin Coolidge to advocate for the abolition of conscription at the Arms Conference to be held in Geneva.
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Addams disagrees with Rebecca West's assertion that men are predisposed to menial tasks by nature.
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Addams offers support to Vera, Countess Cathcart, who was detained at Ellis Island as an undesirable alien.
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Addams argues that modern girls are unconventional, not immoral.
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Addams urges Illinois women to work legislatively for the right to jury service.
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Addams rejects the prospect of running for the United States Senate.
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Addams offers support for the modern youth.
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Addams endorses Robert La Follette Jr. for election to the United States Senate.
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On her return from Mexico Addams argues that the people are ready for peace. This is a short summary of remarks made at the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom United States Section conference in Chicago.
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The Committee seeks support to free radicals and liberals who are held as political prisoners.
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Widegren outlines a course about how to work with minorities on peace for the Summer School.
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A draft protest statement claiming that Ferre Watkins's accusations that Hul-House is a communist organization are false.
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Addams and Dummer issue a statement opposing Governor Len Small's campaign which was linked to the La Follette and Wheeler ballots.
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Addams and other supporters of Theodore Roosvelt's 1912 presidential campaign endorse Robert La Follette for president.
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Addams addresses the objections of the American Legion to the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Summer School, denying their charges that the peace movement is led by Communists.
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Oltramare sends a radio message on peace on behalf of Geneva students.
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Alvarado and Rosales announce a party of temperance organizations to be hosted by Jane Addams.
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Addams made notes on two Mexican women that she met during her visit.
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Addams gives a short statement in support of a municipal zoo.
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Hymans asks his colleagues whether they should include women's organizations in their Advisory Committee on Traffic in Women and to the Protection of Children.
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An advertisement for Harold Peat's lectures on peace.
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Addams swears that Hull-House is a non-profit under Illinois State law.