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History Personal Statement

The Significance Of The GI BILL
This, in combination with their educational assistance, provided even greater stability to those that had served their country. The ripple effect of better education leading to better jobs with more pay, thus more money to spend and contribute to the economy, was felt throughout the nation in the years after World War II and made the G.I Bill significant not only to each and every veteran that received its assistance, but to the country as a whole.Other benefits were offered in the G. Bill that
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