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Suppose $G$ is a finite group with no abelian centralizers. Is it true that $G$ must be a 2-group?

Thanks for any help.

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No, this is not necessarily the case. If $G$ is a group such that there are no abelian centralizers in $G$, then $G \times H$ also has this property for any group $H$.

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