Emily Greene Balch to the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Executive Committee, August 4, 1919

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"From all appearances our league will expand to a very large extent. The Catholic French are ready to join us, we have held a [illegible] very large meeting with a report on the Zurich Congress and are publishing a leaflet next week which also contains the resolutions and will be printed for propaganda purposes. This leaflet is intended to become a monthly publication entitled 'The Women's International.' It would perhaps be worth thinking that when publishing such pamphlets all countries would work in the same format so that the publications could be nicely bound. Maybe you could encourage that."