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9. How did WWII change American's vision of themselves as a people? How did the federal government promote this vision?

9.    How did WWII change American's vision of themselves as a people? How did the federal government promote this vision? Explain this new vision in contrast to the Nazi's theory of a master race.

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After WWII, American's vision of themselves changed. They began to see themselves as consumers and trendsetters for the rest... View the full answer

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As per my knowledge from the American history, and specifically the american victory just after the world war II, american... View the full answer

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