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Women were hugely influened with propaganda during the war, and were applauded for entering the workforce and being employed while the men were serving overseas.Few women worked outside the home and most were expected to be "housewives". But never before did women have the numbers or same impact until WWII. Propaganda and advertisement had such a effect on womens role, that it changed society's view.
A female Native American woman in Rosie The Riveter blue jumpsuit with her classic arm-muscle pose. Her hair is black and free flowing, with a Riveter phrase “We Can Do It!” at the top, with subtext “Together as One, One Mind, One Heart, One Nation”. Below reads, “Women are strength Women are power”. By Nakota Designs