How Did Women Activists Promote Peace in Their
1915 Tour of Warring European Capitals?

Endnotes

Introduction

1. For more information on the attacks against peace activists, see Why Did the Right-Wing "Red Scare" Attack Women's Peace Activism during the 1920s?
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2. Officials' Report, London, England, Library of Congress, Ford Peace Plan Papers (Emily Greene Balch Papers Microfilm, reel 20, #1012).
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3. Emily Greene Balch, "Peace Delegates in Scandinavia and Russia," The Survey (September 4, 1915), p. 508.
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4. Emily Greene Balch, Beyond Nationalism: The Social Thought of Emily Greene Balch (New York: Twayne, 1972), p. 72.
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5. For more information on Mary Heaton Vorse, see Dee Garrison, Mary Heaton Vorse: The Life of an American Insurgent (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1989).
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