Fed Up! Questions
1. Based on the introduction, what do you expect to learn from the film?
2. Why is there a difference between 160 calories in almonds compared to 160
calories in soda?
3. Why did 20 doctors resign from the American Academy of Family
3 Articles makeup work
Obesity in America:
its getting worst!
This article is mainly about how Americans are overweight and how
they are getting diseases because of the way they are eating. The article
describes that Americ
1. GI Bill of Rights
Also known as Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944 gave money to veterans to study
in colleges, universities, gave medical treatment, loans to buy a house or farm or start a
2. Baby Bo
Chapter 23 Vocab.
1. Warren Harding
29th President of the United States (1921-1923). A Republican from Ohio. promised return to
normality after WW1 used efforts of make no enemies during his presidency. scandals affected
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APUSH Review: Key
Everything You Need To Know About Key
Concept 4.1 To Succeed In APUSH
1. Bay of Pigs Invasion (1961)
A group of Cuban exiles organized and supported by the U.S. Central Intelligence
Agency landed on the southern coast of Cuba in an effort to overthrow Fidel Castro. The
invasion ended in di
Chapter 25 Vocabulary
1. Good-Neighbor Policy
The Good Neighbor policy was the FDR's foreign policy promoting better relations with Latin
America by using economic influence rather than military force in the region. Al
Chapter 21 Vocabulary
This movement desired political and social reforms and was most influential in America from
the 1890s until World War I. Advocated popular progressive causes included reforming city
Chapter 22 vocabulary
When the war broke out, Wilson immediately put into effect this idea.meaning the US would
not fight on either side of the war.
2. Allied Powers
The Allied Powers consisted of France,
Chapter 24 Vocabulary
Due: March 11, 2016
1. Black Tuesday
October 29, 1929, It was the day that the New York Stock Exchange crashed. This
was a result because of inflated stock prices, they were too costly and much
higher than their worth.
Chapter 20 Vocabulary
1. Sewards Folly
Was the purchase of Alaska from Russia for $7.2 million; aka "Seward's Icebox". Although seen
as a foolish purchase, this added more land and available resources to the U.S.
2. American Im
Former U.S General who led the Allied forces in D-Day during WWII who was the
Republican candidate for president in the election of 1952 with the slogan "I like Ike". He
won over Adlai Stevenson, the Democr
Treaties from Peace of Paris
Directions: Read each of the followinO eace treaties as rou read take Cornel notes on the ma'or
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provisrons of each peace treaty in your notes.
The Treaty of Versailles: included 440 articles. The principal items ar