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A report of a meeting held between Jane Addams, Mary McDowell and members of the Military Intelligence Association regarding attacks on Addams by Frere Hopkins.
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An issue of the journal that discuses attacks on Jane Addams and Hull-House.
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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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Detzer asks Eaton to publish the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's refutation of statements that he made in the Monahan Post.
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Doty tells Addams about how poorly the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's executive committee meeting went.
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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.
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Elliott asks Addams for information about the supposed oath demanded of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom members to defend against attack.
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Dawes argues for peace at an Armistace Day event, but criticizes the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and Jane Addams and disloyal to the United States.
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Balch tells Evans that Addams has been slandered by the Daughters of the American Revolution and defends her from attacks on her patriotism.
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Addams advises Hull regarding the American Section of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's efforts to raise funding because of the attacks on the peace movement.
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Addams defends her work for social betterment and a newspaper editorial blames the postwar situation for tarring ordinary ideas as communist.
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The Herald reports on Cornelia Parker's lecture at the Ford Hall Forum, which supports Jane Addams against the accusations of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
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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.
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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.
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Addams tells McCulloch that her bad press might be damaging to Rockford College.
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Schwimmer asks Addams for help to stop what she calls slander by Aletta Jacobs and Rosa Manus.
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Fay tells Stetson about the publication of the Spider-Web as a means to spread word about Addams.
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Bowen ridicules Fay for his work on the Spider-Web and defends Addams and others mentioned in it.
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Doty tells Addams about infighting between the British and French Sections of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom and other issues.
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Addams asks Detzer to send her details of her meeting with American Legion men in Sioux City.
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Detzer tells Balch about her meeting with Mary Sherman and the attacks on the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.
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Sherman tells Lanyon that though the General Federation of Women's Clubs has not taken a stance on the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, she believes that its ties to Communist Russia means that the are not in accord.
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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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Detzer tells Addams about attacks on her as a radical and about the possibility of militias being sent to Mexico.
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Marienthal tells Addams that the United Order of True Sisters has protested Ferre Watkins's attack on Addams to the Chicago Tribune.