HIS 125 week 9 capstone checkpoint

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HIS 125 week 9 capstone checkpoint Jasmyne Carson I think these pictures illustrate changes because being a working woman if it had not of been for those women in the pictures I wouldn’t have a job today. What I mean is that those women changed the world for women all over they wanted to work which started a very big revolution. Women now can work whereas before the war women could not work. The significance of the rosies in American culture is that many women had to work for the factories. Those women made it possible for all women to be able to work all around the world. I am a working woman myself but I work what I like to call a “man’s job”. I am a janitorial personnel and back in
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Unformatted text preview: the nineteen thirty’s women were not allowed to work as janitors. The women back then were not allowed to work anywhere. • • Some other political changes that occurred during world war two would be that the countries became one what I mean by that is after the war the countries came together. The social changes that occurred because of world war two would be women started working in factories and other jobs that were available. The economic changes that occurred because of world war two is that the economy started increasing....
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2011 for the course ALL all taught by Professor All during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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