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All of the following are true of American women during The Great War EXCEPT:
For the first time they were permitted to enlist in the U.S. military.
Many took the jobs of men in war industries.
They were able to quickly earn rank as military officers within the military.
Their support and dedication to the war effort was a major catalyst for achieving suffrage by 1920.
Women were paid significantly less than their male counterparts in the workplace.