WOMEN: Decision

The 2,000,000 clubwomen of America—represented by 3,000 delegates and alternates attending the Golden Jubilee Convention of the General Federation of Women's Clubs—last week faced the issues of a world at war. Senators Wheeler and Pepper debated the issue of intervention before them. They heard Colonel Bill Donovan, recently returned from Europe as an Administration emissary, urge all-out aid to Britain. The response was extraordinary for the generally well-mannered meetings of the Federation. The galleries booed and cheered with organized isolationist efficiency.

The galleries, however, were open to spectators at sof a head. The real sentiment of...

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