WWII and its effect

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History

 

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Benjamin G

 

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December 3, 2013

 

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University

 

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Due to the absence of American men who were off fighting in the war, American women were able to enter and advance in the workforce, even in jobs that were once only reserved for men. "Rosie the Riveter" became a popular American icon used as propaganda to influence women to join in with the war effort by doing the work their husbands left behind...
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The downside to this feminist movement toward equality in the job market was that since it was during wartime, liberals and reformers gave priority to military spending over social and economic reform. As a result of this set back in reform legislation, many factories instigated longer work days and ignored laws regulating the employment of women and children in order to boost industrial output and combat labor shortages...
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