Allan M. Winkler's "Home Front U.S.A" Analytical Essay by Sal

Allan M. Winkler's "Home Front U.S.A"
An analysis of Winkler's book "Home Front U.S.A.: America, during World War II".
# 5477 | 770 words | 0 sources | 2001 | US
Published on Feb 11, 2003 in Literature (American) , English (Analysis) , History (European - World Wars)

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This paper briefly takes a look at the arguments presented in Winkler's book "Home Front USA." The author claims that American society changed dramatically as a result of World War Two and the writer looks at these claims on a social, racial and cultural level. The country as a whole changed on a industrial level.

From the Paper:

"World War II transformed the map of Europe. It changed the balance of power across the world. It also changed the face and the structure of American society. According to Allan M. Winkler's Home Front U.S.A.: America, during World War II, American society was completely reconfigured. These changes continue to impact our lives today.
Winkler does not deny the fact that certain changes were already underway before the even of war. Yet he states that the impact of the war was such that without it, today we would be living in a completely different world from both a social and an industrial perspective."

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