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Mrs. Roosevelt Advocates Baby Boycott—for Peace

New YORK.

Mrs. Roosevelt, wife of the President, has remarked in a newspaper to which she subscribes a column every day, that if women would resolve not to have babies until nations gave up war, there would be no war.

Mrs. Roosevelt advocated a baby boycott to force governments to adopt policies of peace.




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