There are a number of reasons that beef production and in turn consumption far exceeds lamb consumption in the United States. Some of the reasons have been lost to history or misconstrued. Long story short, there has been contention between lamb (meat) / sheep (wool) production and the cattle industry since the before the Revolutionary War. A major drawdown in lamb production was after WW2 when the U.S. military returned home and was further cemented with a change in state policies regarding grazing. With that being said, with a POD of 1945 and the U.S. servicemen coming home and not having an adversion to lamb what, what would be the most significant impacts to U.S. culture?