WOMEN: Daughters in Arms

Fortnight ago when President Hoover addressed the Daughters of the American Revolution on world peace and U. S. entry into the World Court, he carefully assembled all the best arguments in behalf of this prime U. S. policy (TIME, April 21). He balanced the reduction of national defense against the elimination of international jealousies and friction. He spoke of the London Naval Conference achievements in terms of reduced ill will rather than reduced warship tonnage. He de- clared:

"The practical program of the work of peace is to develop and create appropriate...

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