How and why did women's roles change after 1945?

How and why did women's roles change after 1945?

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One of the most prominent changes was a much greater involvement of the American women in industry, production, and jobs in general. This was connected to the fact that during the years of war a lot of men fought on the front, so women had to substitute them in many spheres, including those that were traditionally considered "manly": factory workers, drivers, and other specialities were successfully mastered by women.

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