- From unemployment to overtime
- Changes and unity
- Rationing and government controls
- Resentment and conflict
- African Americans and the war
- African Americans and the armed services
- Women in industry
- Children's roles
- Japanese Americans
When the war began in Europe in September 1939, the United States had still not fully recovered from the Great Depression that began in the fall of 1929. This was a severe economic crisis marked by falling industrial production and...
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