CoverTitle PageContentsIntroduction: A Voice from the SilencePreface1. At the Beginning of the Great War2. The Neutral Conference plus the Ford Ship3. President Wilson's Policies and the Woman's Peace Party4. A Review of Bread Rations and Woman's Traditions5. A Speculation on Bread Labor and War Slogans6. After War Was Declared7. Personal Reactions during War8. In Europe during the Armistice9. The Aftermath of War10. A Food Challenge to the League of Nations11. In Europe after Two Years of PeaceAfterwordAppendix: Women's International League for Peace and FreedomIndex
Jane Addams (1860-1935) was a social activist, Progressive
reformer, and author of many books of social criticism. She was
awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931. Katherine Joslin is a
professor of English and director of the American Studies Program
at Western Michigan University. She is the author of Edith
Wharton and the coeditor of Wretched Exotic: Essays on Edith
Wharton in Europe.