Did WW2 act as a catalyst for change with regard to race relations and civil rights in the United States?
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Owing to this order million’s more black people then found jobs, about a million of these getting jobs in the military. Even though there was still segregation in some of the military sections (for example they had all-black units for black soldiers and Marine Corps) this was an improvement to before the War when it was very difficult for Black people to get a job in the army except for labouring and service tasks...
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President Roosevelt issued a statement that argued against the latter demand on the basis that it would impact national defence. Although he promised to ensure that the services enlisted blacks in proportion to white Americans, Roosevelt basically continued policies dating back to WWI where segregation was very bad...
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