Which of the following statements about women's employment in the United States during and after the Second World War is most clearly supported by the passage? A. Most women who joined the workforce during the Second World War wanted to return to domestic life when the war ended. B. The great majority of women who joined the workforce during the Second World War were employed in manufacturing jobs. C. The end of the Second World War was followed by a large-scale transfer of women workers from manufacturing to agriculture. D. The increase in women's employment that accompanied the Second World War was longer lasting in agriculture than it was in manufacturing. E. The popular media were more forceful in calling for women to join the workforce during the Second World War than in calling for women to return to domestic life after the war.