US Domestic Politics and Life During WW II
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World War II changed the United States in fundamental ways politically, economically, and socially. Americans debated the nature and extent of US involvement as well as its consequences. Exploring issues from the Lend-Lease Act and Japanese internment to price controls and the G.I. Bill, this lecture will highlight some of the ways those debates shaped the world we live in today. Presented by Matthew June, Phd.