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  • Subject is exactly "peace movement, in France"

Sharp asks Addams how her meeting with Delcasse went and offers aid in meeting with President Poincaré.

Macmillan tells Addams that the French government is raiding the offices and homes of peace activists and updates her on the English Government's stance on peace negotiations.

Phelps thanks Addams for her letter, wishes her good health, and encloses a translated document from the French section of the ICWPP.

Thomas sends Addams information on the Woman's Peace Party finances and about French women receiving equal wages during the war.

Addams asks Hill to help Gabrielle Duchêne with efforts for peace in France.

Barbusse announces the creation of Clarté, a group of writers and artists, seeking political and social change.

Balch encloses a message regarding pacifists in France.

Vernet writes to the No More War organizers in the hopes of joining the movement and securing support for an anti-war league.

Muprhy details the American peace tour of Annot Robinson, Gertrud Baer, and Thérèse Pottecher-Arnould.

Taufflieb praises Addams's settlement work and explains that the French seek peace.

An announcement of a meeting in Paris hosted by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's French Section at which Addams spoke.
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Percin discusses the importance of education about peace to contrast warmongering.

Duchêne tells Addams that she feels that the only way for the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom to survive until the next Congress is to step up its activity and seek new members.

Addams praises Rolland for his inspiration during World War I.

Rochester reviews Marcelle Capy's L'Amour Roi.