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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1920 Vol. 82 No. 11 Nov

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1920 Vol. 82 No. 12 Dec

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1920 Vol. 82 No. 3 Mar

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1920 Vol. 82 No. 4 Apr

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1920 Vol. 82 No. 5 May

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1920 Vol. 82 No. 6 Jun

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1920 Vol. 82 No. 7 Jul

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1920 Vol. 82 No. 8 Aug

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1920 Vol. 82 No. 9-10 Sep-oct

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1921 Vol. 83 No. 1 Jan

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1921 Vol. 83 No. 11 Nov

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1921 Vol. 83 No. 12 Dec

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1921 Vol. 83 No. 2 Feb

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1921 Vol. 83 No. 3 Mar

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1921 Vol. 83 No. 4 Apr

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1921 Vol. 83 No. 5 May

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1921 Vol. 83 No. 6 Jun

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1921 Vol. 83 No. 7 Jul

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1921 Vol. 83 No. 8 Aug

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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Advocate of Peace Through Justice : 1921 Vol. 83 No. 9-10 Oct

Description: The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, 1828. It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from 1815. Ladd was an advocate of a Congress and High Court of Nations. The society organized peace conferences and regularly published a periodical entitled Advocate of Peace.

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