Tabonga 1,974 Member · Posted March 5, 2020 Share Posted March 5, 2020 https://www.fox5ny.com/news/rosalind-p-walter-the-original-rosie-the-riveter-dies-at-95 This may seem inconsequential now but the entry of women into the workforce en mass (they were always there before - but usually in smaller numbers and less important positions) would change American society drastically a few decades later, While most of the women (including my mother who worked in a munitions factory) went back to their pre war lives once the war was over (and men would staff the factories again). But they told their daughers about their experineces - and the daughters would become a much more visible prescence in the workforce once they were old enough. 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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