was carefully crafted by government agencies so to "sell the
war" to the American public. The colorful posters and other
media encouraged the public to not discuss troop movements, to decrease
their consumption of goods, to work cooperatively with their employer,
to buy war bonds, and to generate stereotypes against their "common
enemies"--the Japanese and Germans.
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