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after the war, women's magazines changed their emphasis to
a. education and job skills
b. homemaking, cooking, and child care
c. women in the workplace
d. famous battles of World War II

i'm confused between B and C..i think its C?

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    I agree, it's probably c. However, as I recall in the 50s, there were still a lot of articles in women's magazines about homemaking. It was a gradual shift to women in the workplace.

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