Contents
Introduction
The Campaign
Magazine Cover Gallery
The War Effort
What We're Fighting For
American Ideals
America the Beautiful
Home and Family
Reaching Many Audiences
Designing the Covers
After July 1942
Behind the Designs
The Flag In World War II
Search the Covers
About The Collection, Resources, Credits
Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Behring Center
About The Collection Resources Credits
July 1942: United We Stand
American Ideals
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United We Stand?
Some Americans questioned if the slogan United We Stand legitimately represented the nation. The internment of Japanese Americans, race riots, segregation, and restricted facilities challenged the assumption of unity.

The National Urban League, an organization promoting economic development for black Americans, was not a member of the National Publishers Association, but its magazine Opportunity did feature a flag cover. James L. Allen photographed the color guard of the U.S. Army’s 372d Infantry for the July 1942 issue.

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The Covers
Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life
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Opportunity, July 1942
Courtesy of Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, National Urban League Records, I, 13, Box 25
 
 

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