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By Lynn Austin
They watched their sons, their brothers, and their husbands enlist to struggle a becoming threat around the seas. And whilst their country requested, they responded the decision besides. Virginia longs to discover a goal past others expectancies. Helen is pushed by way of a loneliness funds can't satisfy. Rosa is eager to flee her in-laws ideas. Jean hopes to end up herself in a man's global. less than the hurricane clouds of destruction that threaten the United States in the course of the early 1940's, this not likely collecting of girls will event lifestyles in occasionally starling new methods as their ideals are challenged and so they fight towards a brand new figuring out of what love and sacrifice really suggest.
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In 1948, one million people attended league games, with an astounding one hundred thousand attendees for a game in Puerto Rico that year. The league disbanded, however, after eleven seasons, closing in 1953 largely because of the negative influence of television. As more Americans had TVs in their homes, they preferred watching major league teams on the screen to going out and supporting the live games of female players. The All-American Girls Professional Baseball League regained national attention with the 1992 movie hit, A League of Their Own.
Its publication, the American Journal of Nursing, remains extremely influential. See also: African-American women; Army Nurse Corps; Austin-Wadsworth Bill; Bolton Bill; Cadet Nurse Corps; draft; European Theater of Operations; flight nurses; hospitals; Navy Nurse Corps; Nurses Selective Service Bill References and further reading “ANA Testimony on Proposed Draft Legislation,” American Journal of Nursing, March, l945. Flanagan, Lyndia. One Strong Voice: The Story of the American Nurses’ Association.
Its many practicalities meant that most Americans saw it as a genuine government service, not a paternalistic imposition. When women did need help with allotments, the Red Cross and other agencies intervened for them without charge. After the war, though, the allotment’s usefulness began to fade, and, by the Vietnam War, the concept was increasingly objectionable. ” When allotments still were done, it was considered a convenience for the soldier, not a routine expectation of a paternalistic military.
A Woman's Place by Lynn Austin