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This poster shows not only that men recognize that women can work but also that the US population teamed up and worked together to win the war. The war was a "good war" because the American people did their part together.

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Here this woman is enjoying her new dishwasher.

Coeducation and Women's Studies (Primary source).pdf
Although coeducation was big concern during the 1960s and ‘70s, some colleges had already been operating as coeducational institutions for a long time. For example, Oberlin had been a coeducational institution since the 1830s. However, these early…

Peggy Olson, secretary-turned-copywriter on AMC's TV drama Mad Men, stands a unique example of a woman making her way in a male-dominated advertising industry.

In this particular ad from the "Does She... Or Doesn't She?" Clairol campaign, a single woman is pictured with natural-looking blonde hair under the signature campaign headline. She is grinning and holding a book, with glamorous sunglasses and red…

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This advertisement for Clairol hair dye features a mother and child in an embrace, both with content expressions on their faces. The mother is young, and her hair is a robust brunette hue that matches her young child's hair color perfectly. Just like…
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