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(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
(#3)wwii us homefront keynote
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(#3)wwii us homefront keynote

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  1. World War II THE UNITED STATES AND THE WAR MS. KEEN
  2. MOBILIZING FOR WAR 1. Production Boom 2. Government Expansion 3. Directing The Economy 4. Raising An Army
  3. PRODUCTION BOOM* INCREASE IN PRODUCTION CREATED AN ECONOMIC BOOM THAT ENDED THE GREAT DEPRESSION
  4. GOVERNMENT EXPANSION *MOBILIZING REQUIRED A GREATLY EXPANDED FEDERAL GOVERNMENT *1942 WAR PRODUCTION BOARD (WPB) - INCREASE MILITARY PRODUCTION - CONVERT FACTORIES TO WARTIME PRODUCTION - ASSIGN RAW MATERIALS TO INDUSTRY *1943 OFFICE OF WAR MOBILIZATION (OWM)- COORDINATED GOV. AGENCIES INVOLVED IN WAR EFFORT -COORDINATED PRODUCTION & DISTRIBUTION OF CONSUMER GOODS
  5. DIRECTING THE ECONOMY*GOV. HAD TO EXPAND IT’S CONTROL OVER THE ECONOMY TO PAY FOR THE WAR *INCREASED THE INCOME TAX *SOLD WAR BONDS
  6. ECONOMY*OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION (OPA)- SET MAXIMUM PRICES & RATIONED ITEMS *GAS *TIRES *COFFEE *SUGAR *MEAT *BUTTER
  7. RAISING AN ARMY*SUMMER 1940 U.S. CALLED THE NATIONAL GAURDTO ACTIVE DUTY & PASSED THE SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT (DRAFT) -FIRST PEACETIME DRAFT IN U. S. HISTORYConscientious Objector - Someone that would be exempt from the draft because of their religious beliefs.
  8. The Home Front 1. Promoting The War 2. Life On The Home Front 3. Minorities During The War4. Discrimination During The War
  9. PROMOTING THE WAR THE GOV. TRIED TO KEEP MORALE HIGH.ENCOURAGED THE MEDIA TO DO THEIR PART*MOVIE STARS ADVERTISE WAR BONDS & WENT OVERSEAS TO ENTERTAIN TROOPS. *100S OF WAR MOVIES*RADIO BROUGHT THE WAR INTO AMERICANS’ HOMES
  10. LIFE DURING WARTIMEDAILY LIFE DID NOT CHANGE RADICALLY, HOWEVER SACRIFICES WERE MADE. *VICTORY GARDENS- 20 MILLION *RATIONING *NIGHTTIME BLACKOUTS
  11. LIFE DURING WARTIME MUSIC* SONGS CAPTURED THE HARSH REALITY OF WAR* “GOD BLESS AMERICA”, BY IRVING BERLIN BECAME A SORT OF UNOFFICIAL NATIONAL ANTHEM. * BIG-BAND SWING REMAINED POPULAR
  12. LIFE DURING WARTIME BOOKS* NONFICTION BECAME MORE POPULAR * 1939 - PAPERBACK BOOKS
  13. MINORITIESWOMEN - LIFE ON THE HOME FRONT CHANGED DRAMATICALLY * GOV. NOW URGED WOMEN TO ENTER THE JOB MARKET * ROSIE THE RIVETER - SYMBOL OF PATRIOTIC FEMALE DEFENSE WORKERS * PAID LESS * SEEN AS TEMPORARY
  14. MINORITIES * CUT TIME * OVER 400 SERVED IN 1/2 NAVAJO CODE TALKERS * 1942 MARINE SIGNAL CORPS ORGANIZED A UNITOF NAVAJO TO USE THEIR LANGUAGE TO CREATE A CODE * THEIR CODES WERE NEVER BROKEN
  15. MINORITIESALL-BLACK UNIT TRAINED IN OF TUSKEGEEFIGHTER PILOTS ALABAMA THE TUSKEGEE AIRMEN* BY THE END OF THE WAR THEY WERE THE ONLY U. S. ESCORT GROUP THAT HAD NOT LOST A SINGLE BOMBER TO ENEMY PLANES!!
  16. DISCRIMINATION DURING THE WARMANY BLACK WORKERS MOVED INTO BETTER PAYING JOBS & PLAYED A KEY ROLE IN THE MILITARY EFFORT. * SERVED IN SEGREGATED UNITS * KEPT OUT OF COMBAT * ASSIGNED LOW-LEVEL WORK * MANY WAR PLANTS WOULD NOT HIRE AF-AM* JUNE 1941 - FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES COMMITTEE (FEPC) TOENFORCE F. ROOSEVELT’S EXECUTIVE ORDER FORBIDDING RACIAL DISCRIMINATION IN DEFENSE PLANTS AND GOV. OFFICES.
  17. DISCRIMINATION *BITTER PREJUDICE *FASHION FAD OF & RESENTMENT YOUNG MEX.-AM. THE ZOOT-SUIT RIOTS*1942 AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE U.S. AND MEXICO ALLOWED 1,000S OF MEXICAN FARM & RAILROADWORKERS INTO THE U.S. TO WORK DURING WWII *TENSION ERUPTED IN JUNE 1943 IN L.A.U.S. SOLDIERS BEGAN ATTACKING MEX-AM YOUTH.
  18. DISCRIMINATIONJAPANESE INTERNMENT - FORCED RELOCATION &IMPRISONMENT OF JAP.-AM. LIVING ON THE WEST COAST*120,000 JAPANESE AMERICANS WERE ROUNDED UP AND FORCED INTO CAMPS

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