WWI had major impoacts on the US goverment. During the war the governmet had to take regulations on tyransportation, agriculure, labor, and industy. Aswell the US government implemented a series of acts. For example: Slective Service Act, Espionage Act, and Sedition Act. These acts changed the way the US governmet was working during that time period and oftentmes where controversiall but necessary.
Effects for US Women
The US indursty was heavyly impacted during WWI. To begin with many workers where drafted to the war and aswell the US government took constant regulations on the production of good. The War indursty board "presided over all elemtns of war production."
Effects for US Immigrants
WW1 brought big ammounts of represion twords US Socialists. Freely Speaking against the US actions in thw war was conidered a crime and thousands of people where jailed. Aswell acts like the Espionage Act and the Sedition act restricted freedome of speecgh and helped the US government hunt down socialist participants.
Effects for African-Americans
During WW1 women were possitivly and negativly impacts. Possitvly the United States became the 27th country to allow women to vote by ratificating the 19th amendmant, asweell womens role in society incresed since they where left in charge of companies and oftetimes selled bonds and organiced rallies. On the other hand women where oftentimes reresed of their freedome of speech and Suffrage movemnt leaders who speaked againt the US involvment in the war where jailed.
During WW1 immigration was not really popular for US citizens. One of the major groups to come to the US where German-Americans. These group of immigrants was met with xenophobia since american citiznes feared they came from the eny country.
WW1 was both possitve and negative for the African American community. On the possitive side they found themseld with more job opportunities wi¡hich lead to the great migration, however on the negative side they where still met with terrible working conditions and segregation. African Americans were allowed to join the army however the army stayed segregated.