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An issue of the journal that discuses attacks on Jane Addams and Hull-House.

A protest statement claiming that Ferre Watkins's accusations that Hul-House is a communist organization are false.

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

Balch tells Evans that Addams has been slandered by the Daughters of the American Revolution and defends her from attacks on her patriotism.

Addams sends Woods a clipping about patriotic oaths and suggests that the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's United States Section might want to protest it.

News report about the Philadelphia Board of Education dismissing treason accusations made by Mrs. William Gold.

The Committee seeks support to free radicals and liberals who are held as political prisoners.

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

Detzer regales Addams with her efforts to secure a retraction from the American Legion in Sioux City.

Detzer tells Addams and Hull about problems with leasing the offices of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom due to attacks on the League.

Detzer tells Addams that she will send her report tomorrow and notes her fear that the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom is being targeted.

Addams tells McCulloch that her bad press might be damaging to Rockford College.

Schwimmer asks Addams for help to stop what she calls slander by Aletta Jacobs and Rosa Manus.

A chart linking conspicuous radicals with suspect organizations in the United States.