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Wesley K.
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Subject: SAT II US History

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What was a social impact of the Second World War in the United States?

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World War II had many impacts on the United States. In the social arena, it impacted gender roles, race relations, and altered how US citizens saw their place in the wider world. By far one of the most consequential social impacts of the war, though, was they way Japanese-Americans were treated. Already the target of racist ideas and behaviors before the attack on Pearl Harbor, Japanese residents of the US (including many who were US Citizens), were sent to relocation and segregation camps all over the west coast. This infringement on political rights also had economic impacts, as affected families often lost possessions and property while being held in the camps. All of these impacts were predicated solely on the social notion of race and ethnicity, leaving a black mark on the US that would not be solved or addressed for decades after the war came to an end.

Subject: Writing

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What is a Theme?

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A theme is a big-picture concept that can be identified in written works. Authors often intentionally put themes into their work, both in fiction and non-fiction. Sometimes readers after the fact identify themes in writing that the author may not have consciously put there, sparking a debate among some over whether writing should be read with the author's intentions in mind, or interpreted at will by the reader. Regardless, theme is a powerful tool of communication, since it allows authors to signal to their readers what sort of writing they have devoted their attention to.

Subject: US History

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What changed the way goods and services were produced, transported, and sold during the Industrial Revolution, and how do we experience these changes today?

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The Industrial Revolution saw many changes to the way goods were produced, transported, and sold. These ranged from the development of new technologies like the Cotton Gin and Power Loom to the evolution of new social structures as fewer people worked in the agrarian sector and more began seeking employment in factories. These changes affect us in myriad ways, from our continued use of technology and manufacturing to the wage gap between upper management and common workers in many US companies. To put it another way, the Industrial Revolution, in many ways, created the US as we currently know it.

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