What action did President Eisenhower take when African American students were prevented from attending a high school in Little Rock, Arkansas?
A) He refused to take a stand on the issue claiming it was not within his presidential power to interfere.
B) He supported the decision to prevent the students from attending the all-white school made by the Governor of Arkansas.
C) He sent in 10,000 soliders to ensure that the students were safe and allowed to attend classes.
D) He ordered the students return to a segregated school and sent in 10,000 soliders to ensure that
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Eisenhower knew he had to act boldly. He placed the Arkansas National Guard under federal control and sent 1,000 U.S. Army paratroopers from the 101st Airborne Division to assist them in restoring order in Little Rock. The daring tactic worked and the African American students were enrolled without further violent disturbances. The law had been upheld, but Eisenhower was criticized both by those who felt he had not done enough to ensure civil rights for African Americans and those who believed he had gone too far in asserting federal power over the states.