National Affairs: Atlanta

The General Federation of Women's Clubs met, discussed and passed 13 resolutions in its convention at Atlanta. The most significant of the resolutions passed was one in favor of the World Court—without mentioning the Court by name. The remainder were aimed largely at various social reforms. Before going to Atlanta, Mrs. Thomas G. Winter, President of the Federation, called at the White House and discussed the World Court with President Harding. At the convention a letter from Mr. Harding was read, in which he spoke of the Court. Largely through the efforts of...

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