Yet, although Addams's speaking fees had been her chief source of income for decades, she held fast to her convictions.
According to The Encyclopedia of World War I: A Political, Social, and Military History, edited by Spencer C. Tucker, ABC-CLIO, 2005. Credo Reference:
Addams worked through the Women’s Peace Party, which became the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom in 1919.She served as its president from 1919 until her death in 1935. Vilified during World War I and expelled from the Daughters of the American Revolution for her opposition to American involvement, Addams was accused of being a socialist, an anarchist, and a communist.
No doubt Jane Addams would get criticized so much, she wouldn't be doing her job right if she wasn't. Even in today's day and age, when society sees a person doing good work that's benefiting the people; others like to exploit them and just drag them down by every little thing they say. On one hand Jane Addams as seen as a saint to the poor immigrants, but on the other hand she as seen as a communist and anarchist by the people in