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Armstrong's jovial demeanor changed in 1957 following the Little Rock Crisis .  Scheduled for another goodwill tour of the Soviet Union , Armstrong angrily cancelled his concert to protest what he saw as American racist behavior particularly in the South in regard to the opposition to school desegregation , and in particular the inaction of President Dwight D. Eisenhower who initialy seemed to allow Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus to block the integration of Little Rock's Central High School. Armstrong's seemingly uncharacteristic angry protest reverberated around the world and led the State Department to urge the restoration of civil rights for black Americans to promote a positive image of the . abroad over its major Cold War rival, the Soviet Union which used such incidents in its campaigns to win frends and allies in the Third World.

Still, there’s no record that the Karnofskys ever adopted Louis Armstrong as their child, as the eRumor claims. Stanley Karnow said that his family felt “somehow related” to Armstrong, but that doesn’t mean they adopted him.


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