About the Book
In this book Author has described her efforts for world peace during the First World War and its impacts on common people who are in need of peace and bread. This book has been classified into following chapters: At the Beginning of the Great War; The Neutral Conference Plus the Ford Ship; President Wilson’s Policies and the Women’s Peace Party; Bread Rations and Woman’s Traditions; A Speculation on Bread Labour and War Slogans; After War was Declared; In Europe During the Armistice; The Aftermath of War; A Food Challenge to the League of Nations; In Europe after Two Years of Peace; and an After Word.
About the Atuhor
Jane Addams built her reputation as the country’s most prominent woman through her writings, her settlement work, and her international efforts for world peace for which she received Noble Peace Award in 1931. She wrote ten books, more than two thousand articles and had given hundreds of speeches. Her writings on a variety of subjects, her notion of social feminism and her work for the poor and needy continued to address the complexities of politics and moral duty in American life. She won worldwide recognition as a pioneer social worker in America, as a feminist, and as an internationalist in the first three decade of the twentieth century.