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# In the 1950’s, integration was an anathema to most Americans; now, how

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Re: In the 1950’s, integration was an anathema to most Americans; now, how [#permalink]
+1 for A.

In the 1950’s, integration was an anathema to most Americans; now, however, most Americans accept it as desirable.- correctly conveys meaning and shows the contrast between anathema and desirable.
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Re: In the 1950s, integration was an anathema to most Americans; now, how [#permalink]
Use this structure to join two independent clauses.
Independent clause;now, however, Independent clause

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