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During World War I I, Rosie the Riveter served as a representative of the working A
Rachel Waguespack, October 23, 2009 U.S. History after 1865, MW 9-10 In what ways did the Great Depression promote independent womanhood as well as traditional gender roles? How could these ideas be held at the same time?
The role of women in the househol
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