Any American who lived through World War II can tell stories about rationing sugar, butter, meat, coffee and other foods. During U.S. involvement in the war, civilians registered for books of stamps required to purchase rationed products. Rationing helped to conserve resources for the war effort, and Americans tolerated it with a sense of pride and duty. Citizenship runs short, however, in this WWII cartoon collection. It’s all about wartime food rationing, and these citizens are fed up!
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