World War II on the home front: Rationing: During World War II, the United States asked citizens at home to cut back on food, fuel, shoes, and consumer goods and to turn in scrap metal, rubber, paper, and even used cooking grease for recycling. Photographs, posters, and artifacts tell the story. (Page 15)
Government-produced poster compares rising prices in World War I with the success of price controls in World War II.
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