The impact of the Great War on the United States saw political, economic and social changes. The United States emerged from the war as a world military and industrial leader.
Effects for US Women
Production and efficiency in industries and factories had increased. Technology had advanced and the nation had entered the age of steel and electricity.
Effects for US Immigrants
Progressive Era started
Effects for African- Americans
The rights for women started to be taken into consideration, and equality was starting to be a popular thing
There was a boom in the economy and industries were enjoying an increase in profits. However inflation was high and, in an attempt to reduce operating costs, businesses laid off workers and reduced wages. This was not positive for the immigrants.
During the war between 300,000 - 500,000 African Americans moved north to the cities in the "Great Migration".