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Addams notes that Woodrow Wilson used the work done by women to help develop his peace plans.

Addams discusses the problems with the peace settlement with London reporters.

The Conference proposes a series of resolutions calling for revision of the peace terms of World War I.

The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom issues a call for a meeting to discuss revising World War I treaties to ensure a lasting peace.

An editorial complaining that German women are bearing the brunt of the Versailles treaty, and questioning the belief that Germany was responsible for the outbreak of the war.

Dodd suggests some ideas to Addams about a chapter of the manuscript for Peace and Bread in Time of War.

Cripps thanks McDonald for Dulles's address and hopes that the United States can help promote peace in Europe.

Dulles explores the implications of the World War I reparations on the world's economy. The speech was initially delivered at the League of Free Nations Association on March 12, 1931 in New York and then published in the New Republic.

Balch asks Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Sections to send petitions and letters to the London Conference demanding a modification in the amount of reparation payments to be levied on Germany.

Cripps tells McDonald that he believes the terms of the Versailles treaty will lead to dire economic consequences.

Bryce shares with McDonald his ideas about the American role in peace in Europe.

Cripps argues that Europe in a single industrial unit and a punitive peace treaty will impact all countries.

Meeting minutes record discussions on President Wilson's options with regard to the Paris Peace Treaty.

Mead sends Addams a copy of a report to be edited. She also discusses her thoughts on the League of Nations.

Balch writes Addams about her personal life, the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom office in Geneva, activities regarding prisoners of war, and international education.

Addams and Hamilton discuss a meeting they had with Baron Franz and his concerns over the terms of the Paris Peace Treaty, and their reservations about religious freedom in the Roumanian treaty.

Addams asks House to speak with Baron Franz with regard to the Austrian views of the peace process.

The Comité protests the exclusion of Germany from the League of Nations and protests the Versailles Treaty as unfair and seeks to replace it with one designed to keep the peace.

Addams tells Smith about the illness of Harriet Herrick and her plans to leave Europe.

Jane Addams informs President Wilson that the international congress of women urges the the powers of the Peace Congress to follow the steps to ensure peace.

Wilson thanks Addams for her supportive letter..

Willis updates Addams on British plans for the International Women's Congress and their request to President Wilson to include women in the Peace Conference.

Addams opened the membership campaign for the National Child Labor Committee in Pittsburgh and spoke to the Western Pennsylvania League of Women Workers on the need