Keeping up production on the home front was an important message in American World War II propaganda posters. Put Your Muscle On A War Basis was created by an anonymous artist in 1942 to support the war effort. The image depicts a young bare chested man hard at work with his face obscured by his pitchfork. He is focused at the task at hand, ignoring the presence of the viewer. Statuesque in appearance, he represents the model of the American workforce and the United States resolve to win the war.
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