Southern California women, through local chapters of the People’s Council of America for Democracy and Terms of Peace, actively resisted American involvement in World War I. Vilified, threatened, and refused meeting places and publicity, these women activists persisted in their cause. This article looks at women in the Santa Ana, San Diego, and Riverside chapters of the People’s Council and highlights their diverse backgrounds and their links to other progressive causes.

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