War Time Propaganda Looks To Hire Woman
When all of the men were in the war fighting for the country, the nation began placing persuasive propaganda around to get woman to enroll in factories that developed weapons like warheads and bullets. Many woman saw it as an opportunity to earn money because they had never worked before. They would usually stay home and manage the house. They saw it as a golden opportunity to show what woman can do when given the chance. The most popular piece of propaganda used to persuade woman was Rosie the Riveter, shown to the left, she resembles a tough woman who can motivate anyone to help out, and it worked. 6.5 million woman in total helped out in factories across America.