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American Expeditionary Force The American Military forces serving in Europe were known as this
Espionage Act was passed by congress to limit freedom of speech during WWI
War Industries Board aided the war effort by settling conflicts between employers and workers
John J. Pershing the general who led American forces in Europe
National War Labor Board aided the war effort by assigning jobs to workers
Supreme Court upheld the Espionage Act in Schenk v. United States
Selective Service Act established the WWI draft in the United States
War Bonds sold by the US during the war in order to pay for the war
Civilians contributed to the war effort by salvaging, rationing and victory gardens
Created by: Freshmensphs