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Unit 10

Challenging Times

Prosperity success, especially wealth
Allied Powers WW1 Great Britain, France, and Russia
Central Powers WW1 Germany, Austria-Hungary
Neutral uninvolved, not picking a side
Fourteen Points President Wilson’s plan to end WW1
League of Nations association established by the Treaty of Versailles to promote international peace, cooperation and security
Armistice an agreement to stop fighting
Foreclosure to take possession of a mortgaged property as a result of someone’s failure to keep up with loan payments on the property
Evicted forced to leave
Credit borrowed money
Stock part ownership of a company
Stock market a central location where people buy and sell stocks in companies
Loan to borrow, especially a sum of money
Dust Bowl in the 1930’s, the name for the area of the Great Plains where drought and damaging farming practices had turned topsoil into infertile dust
Great Depression a long and severe decline in the economy that existed from 1929 until the early 1940’s
New Deal economic measures introduced by FDR to counteract the Great Depression
Great Migration between 1916 and 1970, the mass movement of about 6 million African Americans from southern farming areas to northern cities
Nationalism showing ultra or extreme loyalty to one's country; uber patriotism
Created by: lmcgehee