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Why did Rosie the Riveter become a significant symbol during World War II?

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Rosie the Riveter is a cultural icon of World War Two. It represented the women who worked in shipyards and factories to produce war supplies and munitions. They sometimes took new jobs and it freed the man so they could fight in the army. It is also used as a symbol of Women's economic advantage and American Feminism.
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