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League of Women Voters (U. S.). The State Department. New York City: National League of Women Voters, Committee on International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1920.

 

���. Disarmament and Reparations. New York City: National League of Women Voters, Committee on International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1920.  


���. The League of Nations. New York City: National League of Women Voters, Committee on International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1920.  
���. The Monroe Doctrine. New York City: National League of Women Voters, Committee on International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1920.  
���. The World Court. New York City: National League of Women Voters, Committee on International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1920.  
League of Women Voters of New York State. An Analysis of the Proposal for Independent Citizenship for Women, Together with a Summary of the Present Law of Citizenship and Naturalization. New York: League of Women Voters of New York State, 1921.  
League of Women Voters (U.S.). What Has Been Done in Conformity with the Program of the National League of Women Voters to Remove Legal Discriminations Against Women and the Establish Equality of Rights Under the Law. Washington, D.C: League of Women Voters, 1922.  

Allen, Florence Ellinwood. Outlawry of War: Address Delivered by Judge Florence Allen of the Ohio Supreme Court Before the Fourth Annual Convention of the National League of Women Voters at Des Moines, Iowa, April 11, 1923. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio League of Women Voters, 1923.  

Carroll, Mollie Ray. Women and the International Labor Movement. Washington, D.C.: Women in Industry Committee of the National League of Women Voters, 1924.  
Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, and League of Women Voters of Illinois. Conference on the Economic Aspects of International Affairs: Held Under the Joint Auspices of the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations and the Illinois League of Women Voters, April 11th and 12th, 1924. Chicago: Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, 1924.  
Bowman, E. K. World Peace Primer: It Must Not Be Again. Helena, Mont.: Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, Montana League of Women Voters, 1925.  
Adams, Mildred. A Review of Arbitration, with Special Reference to the Western Hemisphere. New York: National League of Women Voters, Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1927.  
Lamb, Beatrice Pitney. The Problem of the Philippines. New York: National League of Women Voters, Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1928.  
League of Women Voters (U. S.). Explanation of the Program of the Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, National League of Women Voters, 1928-1930. New York: Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1928.  
Lippman, Walter. The Multilateral Treaty. New York: National League of Women Voters, 1928.  

Lamb, Beatrice Pitney. The Problem of Disarmament. New York: National League of Women Voters, Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1929.  

League of Women Voters (U. S.). Eight Questions on the Root Formula for United States Entry into the World Court. Washington, D.C, 1929.  
Pitney, Beatrice. The Pan-American Treaties of 1929. New York: National League of Women Voters, Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1929.  
Straus, Dorothy. The Interpretation of Neutrality. New York: National League of Women Voters, Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1929.  
Lamb, Beatrice Pitney. The League of Nations. New York City: League of Women Voters, 1930.  
���. The London Naval Treaty of 1930. New York: National League of Women Voters, Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1930.  
League of Women Voters (U. S.). Explanation of the Program of the Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, National League of Women Voters, 1930-1932. New York: The Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1930.  
Lamb, Beatrice Pitney. Disarmament and the World Conference of 1932. New York City: National League of Women Voters, Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1931.  
���. The Conduct of the Foreign Policy of the United States. National League of Women Voters, Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1931.  
���. Economic Causes of War and the Hope for the Future. New York City: National League of Women Voters, Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1932.  

���. The United States and the War Debts. New York: National League of Women Voters, Department of International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1933.  

Johnstone, Anne Hartwell, and Elizabeth Armstrong Hawes. Control of Munitions Traffic. Washington, D.C.: National League of Women Voters, 1935.  

Wright, Louise Leonard. Toward a Collective Peace System. Washington, D.C.: National League of Women Voters, 1937.  
League of Women Voters (U. S.). Chronological Statement of the International Discussion of Equal Rights. Washington, D.C.: National League of Women Voters, 1939.  
���. World Trade Affects You. Washington, D.C.: League of Women Voters of the U.S., 1940.  
���. The Story of Dumbarton Oaks. Washington, D.C.: National League of Women Voters, 1945.  
Strauss, Anna Lord. “Position of National League of Women Voters on Equal Rights Amendment as Effected by U.N. Charter.” Congressional Digest 25 (December 1946): 303+.  
League of Women Voters (Wayne County, Mich.). Wayne County and Foreign Trade. Michigan:

League of Women Voters in Wayne County, 1954.  


N. S.W. League of Women Voters. Equality: For Equal Status, Opportunity and Reward Between Men and Women. Sydney: N. S.W. League of Women Voters, 1955.  
Richardson, Frances W. Handbook for Leaders of Organizations. Washington, D.C.: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, 1965.  
United States Regional Technical Aids Center (Mexico), and Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters (U.S.). Análisis De La Comunidad, Un Paso Hacia La Acción. Mexico, D.F.: Centro Regional de Ayuda Técnica, Agencia Para el Desarrollo Internacional (AID), 1968.  

League of Women Voters (U. S.). Foreign Policy Leaders Guide: Development Aid Reevaluation. Washington, D.C: League of Women Voters of the United States, 1969.  

American Technical Assistance Corporation. A Study of Latin American Programs of the Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters. Washington: American Technical Assistance Corporation, 1972.  
Keister, Orville R, and Frank V Baldo, eds. International Trade: A People Problem. Akron: Bureau of Business and Economic Research, College of Business Administration, University of Akron, 1973.  
Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters. Intercambio, English Summary. Washington D.C.: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, 1973.  
Allendorf, Marlies. Women in Socialist Society. New York: International Publishers, 1975.  

Beth Johnson Foundation, Overseas Development Council, and Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters. U.S. Relations with the Developing Nations: The New International Economic Countdown. Washington, D.C.: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, 1976.  


Kanakaratne, Neville, and Carol Edler Baumann. United States Relations with the Developing Nations: The New International Economic Countdown. Racine, WI: Johnson Foundations, 1976.  
Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters. Organizational Techniques: Translation of an Indonesian Handbook. Washington, D.C.: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, 1976.  
Massel, Katharine Douglas. The Women of Latin America: A Report of the Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters. Washington, D.C.: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, 1977.  

Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters (U. S.). Annotated Bibliography on Child Care Needs of Low-Income Mothers in Third World Countries. Washington, D.C.: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, 1977.  

Anderson, Jeanine M., Blanca Figueroa Galup, and Ana Mariñez. Child Care in Urban and Rural Peru: A Report Presented to the Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters. Lima, Perú: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters?, 1979.  
League of Women Voters (U. S.). Overseas Education Fund. Report of the Sample Survey on Female Foreign Students at Selected U.S. Colleges and Universities. Washington, D.C: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, 1979.  
Mota, Vivian M. The Burdened Women: Women's Work and Child Care in the Dominican Republic. Washington, D.C.: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, 1979.  
Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters. Child Care Needs of Low Income Mothers in Less Developed Countries: A Summary Report of Research in Six Countries in Asia and Latin America. Washington, D.C.: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, 1979.  
Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, and National Family Planning Board of Malaysia. Child Care Needs of Low Income Women in Urban Malaysia: A Report. Washington D.C.: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, 1979.  
Rice, Carol, and Jane E. Wilber. Child Care Needs of Low Income Women in Rural and Urban Sri Lanka. Washington, D.C.: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, 1979.  

Rice, Carol, Jane E. Wilber, Seoul National University, College of Home Economics, Department of Food and Nutrition, and League of Women Voters (U.S.).; Overseas Education Fund. Child Care Needs of Low Income Women in Rural and Urban Korea. Washington, D.C.: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, 1979.  

Federation de Organizaciones Voluntarias, and Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters. Final Report: "Human Development Project"/San Jose, Costa Rica, of Federation De Organizaciones Voluntarias and Overseas Education Fund (1977-1979). Washington, D.C.: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, 1980.  

Twiggs, Joan E. International Trade: Style and Substance. Washington: League of Women Voters Education Fund, 1980.  
Njoku, Scholastica Ibari. Women and World Issues: A Bibliography. Portland, Or.: League of Women Voters of Portland, 1981.  
Reno, Barbara Morrison. Credit and Women's Economic Development: A Dialogue Among Entrepreneurs, Bankers and Development Specialists on Issues Related to Credit for Business Enterprise. Washington, D.C.: World Council of Credit Unions and Overseas Education Fund, 1981.  
Von Hahmann, Gail. Women and World Issues: An Action Handbook for Your Community. Washington, D.C.: Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, 1981.  
Amundson, Wendy. Waging Peace: Working Together on National Security and Arms Control. Minneapolis: Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, 1985.  
Jaquette, Jane S. Women Food Producers: Potential Power for Combating World Hunger. Washington, D.C.: OEF International, 1985.  
Monson, Jamie, and Marion Kalb, eds. Women as Food Producers in Developing Countries. Los Angeles: UCLA African Studies Center, African Studies Association, and OEF International, 1985.  
Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters. Third World Forum on Women, Law, and Development Nairobi, Kenya July 12-18, 9185(sic): Interim Report and Recommendations. Washington, D.C.: OEF International, 1985.  

Schuler, Margaret. Empowerment and the Law: Strategies of Third World Women. CIC Women's Studies Preservation Project v. 113, no. 4. Washington, D.C.: OEF International, 1986.  

Kindervatter, Suzanne. Doing a Feasibility Study: Training Activities for Starting or Reviewing a Small Business. Appropriate Business Skills for Third World women. Washington, D.C.: OEF International, 1987.  
���. Women Working Together for Personal, Economic, and Community Development: A Handbook of Activities for Women's Learning and Action Groups. Washington, D.C.: OEF International, 1987.  
Vella, Jane Kathryn. Learning to Teach: Training of Trainers for Community Development. Washington D.C.: OEF International, 1989.  
Asia Pacific Forum on Women--Law and Development. The Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development: Its Origing, Issues and Vision. Women, Law and Development. Washington D.C.: OEF International, 1990.  
Schuler, Margaret. Women, Law, and Development: Action for Change. Series on Women, Law, and Development 2. Washington, D.C.: OEF International, Women, Ink., 1990.  
Stubbs, Marcia Kay. Women, Law and Development in Africa, WILDAF: Origins and Issues. Series on Women, Law, and Development no. 4. Washington D.C.: OEF International, 1990.  
Schuler, Margaret. Freedom from Violence: Women's Strategies from Around the World. Series on Women, Law, and Development. New York: OEF International, 1992.  
Crossette, Barbara. The United Nations: A Look at the Specialized Agencies and the Proposed International Criminal Court. Seattle, Wash.: League of Women Voters of Seattle, 2002.  

Revelle, Eleanor. Trade Update Concurrence Kit. Seattle: League of Women Voters of Seattle, 2002.  
Berg, Ellen. Human Rights in Post 9/11 Foreign Policy: An Unfolding Narrative. Seattle: League of Women Voters of Seattle, 2005.  
UN. Secretary-General, and League of Women Voters (U. S.). Quadrennial Reports for the Period 2001-2004 Submitted Through the Secretary-General Pursuant to Economic and Social Council Resolution 1996. New York: United Nations, 2005.  



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