Propaganda- produced articles, posters pamphlets, film etc. promoted the Allied cause and painted the Central Powers (especially Germany) as enemies of democracy and civilization
conservation measures- The agency promoted voluntary measures, such as meatless Mondays and wheatless Wednesdays. It offered canning lessons and modified recipes, and encouraged Americans to plant vegetable gardens in yards and vacant spaces.paying the war-The United States would spend over $30 billion on fighting World War I. In 1913, the 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution had established a personal income tax. Wartime increases in tax rates significantly boosted funds collected by the government.
production- The military and private industry did not work together to prioritize manufacturing needs, and the transportation of resources and products was completely disorganized. President Wilson created the War Industries Board to set production standards and coordinate railroad and shipping efforts
Services- flags were hung in the windows of homes across America, decorated with a blue star for each family member in the military. If a family member lost their life