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We Can Do It Poster Analysis

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J. Howard miller contrived the "We can Do It!" Poster. The propaganda was produced by Westinghouse during World War II part of the national campaign in the United States to enlist women in the workforce. The woman in this poster is known as Rosie the Riveter and she represents the women who worked tirelessly in factories during WWII to support the war effort. It was a poster created to keep production up by boosting the morale of the women. She represents all the women who went to work during World War 2 to replace the men in the jobs they left vacant to go to fight in the war. Many women became riveters in the ship yards to build battle ships and such to use in the war. Many other women also filled in other jobs where the men usually worked
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