Pt. 2

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  • No, that is stupid, women should not be working in factories at all.
  • Okay...I'll listen.
  • Alright follow me.
  • I can give you some examples of how the development of how industry bonding together and allowing women to work  is benefiting the U.S. during the war.
  • This is my friend's house. Her husband went to fight in the war and she sold all their furniture so that she could feed her children. She could not get a job because of people like you who believe that women should not be able to work. We would not be able to provide for our children.
  • Whats wrong with this?
  • Nothing this is what war is like now, because of women working in factories, the soldiers have weapons to fight, food to eat, and clothes to protect them from weather like this. Without all of that do you really think America would have been as successful in war?
  • Wow, I never payed attention before but if all the women were to leave the room their would only be two men...
  • Lastly, look around, the majority of people working in factories are women.
  • I get it now, the development of Industry and allowing women and others to work in factories bonded the country and allowed the United States to win the war, mothers to provide for their family while their husband was away, and factories to keep running.
  • I apologize for what I said this morning. I am lucky to work with a women!
  • The United States is a household: the men are working, the women are working and the children are happy and safe. If anyone stopped doing their job it wouldn't be as successful.
  • There ya go! You get it now.
  • I learned that during WWII women were allowed to work in factories
  • I learned that without the Industry working together households would have struggled
  • And, without it factories would have struggled and people at war 
  • Great! You all learned all of that so fast. Now lets turn to page 40.
  • Now, tell me what you learned in that short story.
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