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Reemphasizing a partnership articulated by President Roosevelt in 1941, productivity in factories was a dominant theme among the WWII posters. Some posters directly stated the importance of production on the home front, while others offered a more symbolic representation (see Jean Carlu's contrasting rivet gun and machine gun).
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