Brain In a Jar Home
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|