Effects of WW1

Effects of WW1

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  • Effects for US Government
  • Effects for US Industry
  • Effects for US Socialists
  • Effects for US Women
  • Espionage and Sedition Acts were established to block preventions of military success and avoid  bad governmental reputation.  Whomever violated these laws were either charged or convicted.
  • Effects for US Immigrants
  • The War Industries Board conducted the production and distribution of all war elements. They controlled the raw materials and prices. Also, by setting standardised specifications to everything.
  • Effects for African Americans
  • Eugene  V. Debs, an American union leader and member of the Industrial Workers movement. He  ran for presidency in the Socialist Party of America while in jail in 1920, but lost. Released in 1921.  
  • Women sold war bonds, organized  patriotic rallies, worked in war production jobs, as clerical workers, and nurses. In 1915, they had won the right to vote. Torch represented liberty.
  • The race problem consisted on seeing foreigners as violent, undisciplined, and incapable of assimilation. The Melting Pot persuaded people to form a homogeneous race of Americans - "Americanization". 
  • Excluded from any form of  any type of Progressive Freedom. Woodrow Wilson premiered  Birth of a Nation which glorified the Ku Klux Klan.  Du Bois'  NAACP struggle for the enforcement of 14th snd 15th amendments.
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