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Question:

Which statement best describes how the 1944 passage of the G.I. Bill most influenced U.S. society?

A It helped create a new middle class in U.S. society.
Explaination

The 1944 G.I. Bill offered several significant benefits for U.S. U.S. veterans. These included economic assistance for veterans to attend college, mortgage subsidies, and unemployment benefits. Over a million veterans took advantage of the opportunity to attend college, and many homes were built with support provided by the G.I. Bill. This increase in home ownership and the availability of higher education contributed to the creation of a new middle class. The Bill did not offer veterans specific incentives for staying in the military after World War II. It did not offer free housing for veterans. Finally the Bill did not privilege veterans in the work force.