Mothers' Movement

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The Mothers' Movement was an anti-interventionist movement in the United States, starting soon after the start of World War II in 1939. It originated from the National League of Mothers of America in California. At its height, it consisted of 50 to 100 loosely confederated groups, with a total membership that may have been as high as five or six million.

Despite the United States entering the war after the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, some of the leaders were involved in the "Great Sedition Trial" of 1944.

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