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In 1957, Eisenhower used the Arkansas National Guard to a. enforce school integration. b. uphold the “separate but equal” doctrine. c. protect factories from striking workers. d. support the governor of Arkansas.
In 1957, Eisenhower used the Arkansas National Guard to enforce school integration.
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