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Alliance? Moreover, the creation of the League of Nations has opened to us a vast and hopeful field of work. It is significant that in this first effort towards world peace, women should have been placed on an equality with men, so that it lies with them to help in the achievement of this mighty aim and thus to demonstrate their fitness for great responsibilities. The story of their endeavours and the details of their work will be among the most interesting features of the Congress in Paris. As from period to period our Congresses increase in size and importance, so also does the complexity of the problems considered. At the Paris Congress, we shall ahve first to deal with that most im portant subject, which is the very foundation of our programme, the enfrachisement of women in countries which have not yet attained this necessary reform; then will come the qeustions of the economic situation of women in the professions, in business, and in industry; of the equal moral standard of both sexes, with its concomitant fight against the infamous traffic in women; of the responsibliity for theillitigimate child; of the nationality of the married woman, and finally of the study of the system of family allowances.

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Alliance? Moreover, the creation of the League of Nations has opened to us a vast and hopeful field of work. It is significant that in this first effort towards world peace, women should have been placed on an equality with men, so that it lies with them to help in the achievement of this mighty aim and thus to demonstrate their fitness for great responsibilities. The story of their endeavours and the details of their work will be among the most interesting features of the Congress in Paris. As from period to period our Congresses increase in size and importance, so also does the complexity of the problems considered. At the Paris Congress, we shall ahve first to deal with that most im portant subject, which is the very foundation of our programme, the enfrachisement of women in countries which have not yet attained this necessary reform; then will come the qeustions of the economic situation of women in the professions, in business, and in industry; of the equal moral standard of both sexes, with its concomitant fight against the infamous traffic in women; of the responsibliity for theillitigimate child; of the nationality of the married woman, and finally of the study of the system of family allowances.