Which was not a way civilians contributed to the war effort
Which was not a way civilians contributed to the war - 1


Answer 1


  Paying ten cents per gallon in gasoline taxes.


  By doing that they contribute to the government with taxes. The rest of the options given were all part of the sacrifices the American people made for the war effort.

  I hope this answer helps you.

Answer 2
Answer: I answered your previous question and included this on there with my response lol. But of the choices given, the answer would be "paying ten cents per gallon in gasoline taxes". The rest of the options were regular civilian practices during war. I hope this helps :) 

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