During his second term, President Eisenhower took a more active personal role than before in governing the country because he a) no longer trusted

  1. During his second term, President Eisenhower took a more active personal role than before in governing the country because he

a)     no longer trusted his vice president, Richard Nixon, to lend assistance

b)     hoped that doing so would enable him to win a third term

c)     lost his two most trusted aides, Sherman Adams and John Foster Dulles

d)    believed that the civil rights movement needed his personal involvement if it were to succeed

e)     recognized that only he had the experience to deal with the Soviets

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