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Unformatted text preview: work that had to be done. The "Rosies" were instrumental in American culture. Rosie the Riveter governmental propaganda sought to promote the idea of women in the war effort as vital workers yet it also served another purpose which was that Rosie the Riveter paved the way for women of future generations, leading to equal rights in terms of employment. Additional social, political and economic changes occurring as a result of WWII include the following: Introduction of women as active service members of the military, women and minorities filled the demand for labor which was not the cultural norm, role of the American Government became much larger as a result of WWII as did the far reach of our individual as well international economic roles....
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- Spring '09