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What action did the U.S. government take to end the Pullman railroad strike of 1894?
A.President Cleveland ended the strike with .compulsory arbitration.
B.The U.S. government supported Eugene V. Debs.
C.The U.S. declared that the strike was illegal.
D.President Cleveland refused to take sides in the dispute.
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Under direction from President Grover Cleveland, the US Attorney General Richard Olney (formerly a lawyer for a railroad) dealt with the strike. Olney obtained an injunction in federal court barring union leaders from supporting the strike and demanding that the strikers cease their activities or face being fired.