How Our Lives Have Changed

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For this essay, you will be writing a diary entry in early 1944. Assume that you are a well-read individual who is up-to-date on history and current events, including all of the primary sources assigned for this week’s reading.

In your diary entry of approximately 3-4 pages (750-1000 words), describe what changes you have observed in American society since US entry into the war. Pay particular attention to changes that affect particular groups of Americans, such as ethnic and religious minorities and women. Based on events that have taken place by early 1944, predict what you think will happen in within a 5 to 10 year time frame, in both the United States itself and the US’s position in the world. Your predictions only need to be what a reasonable person could have predicted in 1944.

Although this assignment is written as a diary, this class assignment requires citations/footnotes and a reference list of sources used (including internet sources) in APA format.

You must include at least two references.

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Title: How our lives have changed
1. Role of women changed during and after war and even to date
A. During war women were nurses and participated in combat as well
B. They took over men jobs to date
2. The war increased immigration after which laws had to be enacted to control immigration
3. Americans dominant religion is Christianity but due to refugees resulting from, Muslims
come in too


Running head: HOW OUR LIVES HAVE CHANGED
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How Our Lives Have Changed
Student’s Name
Institution

HOW OUTR LIVES HAVE CHANGED

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How Our Lives Have Changed
1944- End of the war
The nineteenth century was Roosevelt reign, and apart from so many changes that
occurred during his reign, women were impacted positively by those changes. The war had
dramatic impacts on women. During the war, so many women could be spotted with special
uniforms, and they all played different roles. Some accepted to be nurses’ corps; others joined
the voluntary emergency service (WAVES) (Mathers, 2007). On the other hand, some joined the
Women’s Army Corps (WAC), and they were involved directly in the war.
After the War
Also, besides helping in war, a significant percentage of women also replaced men in
non...

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