History of the United States II
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Question 4 of 9
Rosie the Riveter was a symbol during World War II of
high unemployment rates among men because corporations were allowed to pay lower wages to women
the class divide between the wealthy and the poor that was made worse by wartime mobilization
the need for women to take jobs in factories and munitions plants to maintain wartime output
the lack of technological advances made by the U.S. during the war, in contrast to those of Germany and Japan
widespread protests against large-scale importation of foreign goods and materials
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