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 Guilt Trip Posters of World War II 

Just look at her. Your friend's mom. Never very nice when you come over, and slow to offer cookies.

Now you why. She is...Mrs. Davis, Saboteur!!

Taking on a project like World War II required a cooperative effort of unprecedented scope. Citizen buy-in was essential. Saving tinfoil, walking to church rather than taking the family car, planting a Victory Garden, eschewing nylon stockings...these were actions for folks on the homefront to take. But how peripheral!


Doesn't Mrs. Davis look like she has a secret cache of nylons in her dresser drawer, as well? Best thing to do is to call the FBI and turn her in! But how else could a kid help defeat Der Fuehrer?


Images: Northwestern University Library