The overthrow of the war system, by Jane Addams [and others] Lucia Ames Mead, editor.

; Addams, Jane, 1860-1935
Boston, The Forum publications, 1915.

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Other Authors Addams, Jane, 1860-1935.
Subjects Arbitration (International law)
International cooperation.
Peace.
War.
World War, 1914-1918.
Description viii, 137 pages 20 cm
Copyright Date 1915.
Contents Women and war, address given at the Hague, May, 1915, by Jane Addams.--The education of the world for a permanent peace, by Fannie F. Andrews.--The immediate duty of American patriots, by Lucia A. Mead.--Organized war on war, and some popular misconceptions, by Lucia A. Mead.--Organized war on war, and some popular misconceptions, by Rose D. Forbes.--Some aspects of the economics of war, by D.P. Myers.--Race problems of world contact, by Ruby G. Smith.--Moral and religious aspects of the war against war, by Anna G. Spencer.--Appendices: A. Constructive plans for permanent peace. B.A league to enforce peace. C. Extracts from address of E.A. Filene. D. Summary of the chiefresolutions and recommendations of the Internaional congress of women at the Hague, April 28- May 1. E. Minimum program . F. Program for constructive peace of the Woman's party. G. Union of democratic control. Its four cardinal points. H. Racial contacts and cohesions ... by Emily G. Balch. I. Addresses of peace organizations that are referred to in chapter IV.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)716541
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WorldCat Identities Mead, Lucia True Ames, 1856-1936,
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