In the beginning, the U.S government was anxious on the various domestic and international variables which could endanger the nation. Subsequently, individuals such as Franklin Roosevelt and Elmer Davis attempted to persuade the nation to fulfill particular duties that would end the war victoriously. To join the military and fight for your country, work in the factories and supply material, or simply conserve food for rationing, the government monitored each minute aspect of American life. To say posters had no influence would be a bold claim. Millions of posters printed by a government agency called the OWI used the same ideologies and messages repetitively throughout various mediums to reinforce a system of belief. Messages were the same, frequently cajoled throughout a decade. Posters may seem frivolous when compared to world leaders or decisive battles, yet it is the smallest aspects, which constitute and reinforce the outcome of the whole.