Why Did The Great War Changed America

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The United States participation in the Great War changed America in many ways. The first major change was the sense of being American. For the first time people had an overwhelming since of patriotism as well as nationalism. This is very important as we move forward in time. In many ways the United States was more united than ever, but their was also some problems that arose. Immigrants were treated unfairly as I learned in the book. "The greatest target of abuse was the German American community" (Brinkley 535). Another huge impact of the war was the men that had died. A massive amount of men had died in the war; these men were father and husbands. During the war, much of the work force was gone which mean women
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