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Introduction : more terrible than the sword : emotions, facts, and gendered New Deal narratives -- The war to save the forgotten man : gender, citizenship, and the politics of work relief -- Uncle Sam's wayside inns : transient narratives and the sexual politics of the emergent welfare state -- Builder of men : homosociality and the nationalist accents of the Civilian Conservation Corps -- To wallop the ladies : woman-blaming and nation-saving in the rhetoric of emergency relief -- Civilian protectors and meddlesome women : gendering the war effort through the Office of Civilian Defense -- The citizen-soldier and the citizen-internee : fraternity, race, and American nationhood, 1942-1946 -- Conclusion : stories of homecoming : deserving GIs and faithless service wives.