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Letter from Bui Van Thinh to Wesley Fishel, 22 July, 1965
Item Number: 6-20-57-116-UA17-95_000086   (Click For More Item Information)
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Bui Van Thinh explains his travels and time in Saigon to form a constructive political doctrine. Bui Van Thinh explains his call to govern and the possibility of stability under his authority.

Author(s): Bui Van Thinh

Item Creation Date: 20 July 7 1965

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 24 Jan 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Letter from Wesley Fishel to Douglas S. Paauw and letter from Michael Lindsay to Wesley Fishel, June 1965
Item Number: 6-20-59-116-UA17-95_000088   (Click For More Item Information)
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Fishel explains that he will send a letter to the New York Times responding to the numerous letters and advertisements protesting United States policy in Vietnam published there. Wesley Fishel asks Professor Douglas S. Paauw from Yale University to sign a letter as one of the Southeast Asia

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Author(s): Fishel, Wesley Michael Lindsay

Item Creation Date: June 6 1965

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from Quentin R. Verdier to Wesley R. Fishel, 26 March, 1965
Item Number: 6-20-5B-116-UA17-95_000090   (Click For More Item Information)
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The acting chief for the public administration division of the American Embassy in Saigon, Vietnam, Quentin R. Verdier discusses the U.S training projects with attitudinal objectives for Vietnamese provincial and local officials.

Author(s): Verdier, Quentin R

Item Creation Date: 26 March 3 1965

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 24 Jan 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Letter from Harold K. Hodge to Wesley R. Fishel, 16 March, 1966
Item Number: 6-20-62-116-UA17-95_000097   (Click For More Item Information)
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Harold K. Hodge, MSU alumnus and currently serving in the US Army in Vietnam, commends MSU for their work in Long Yen.

Author(s): Hodge, K. Harold

Item Creation Date: 16 March 3 1966

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 24 Jan 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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A letter from Wesley R. Fishel to Phan Huy Quat, 15 April, 1965
Item Number: 6-20-5E-116-UA17-95_000093   (Click For More Item Information)
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Wesley R. Fishel reiterates to Prime Minster of the Republic of Vietnam Phan Huy Quat the message of a lost letter on the possibility of Vice President Hubert Humphrey's visit to South Vietnam. Fishel emphasizes that Vietnam appoint more ambassadors to send to American as representatives of the

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Author(s): Fishel, Wesley

Item Creation Date: 15 April 4 1965

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from Bui Van Thinh to Wesley R. Fishel, 3 April, 1966
Item Number: 6-20-63-116-UA17-95_000098   (Click For More Item Information)
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Bui Van Thinh explains the present political crisisand anti-American nationalism in South Vietnam after the fall of the Diem government. Thinh proposes the end of the military junta and a successor elected government.

Author(s): Bui Van Thinh

Item Creation Date: 03 April 4 1966

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Information Memorandum for the Administrator, 4 June 1965
Item Number: 6-20-5F-116-UA17-95_000094   (Click For More Item Information)
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This document is from the collection of Wesley R. Fishel. The document explains an internship for twenty graduate students to spend time in Vietnamese hamlets and the countryside to explain the involvement of America in Vietnamese welfare and assist voluntary relief organizations.

Item Creation Date: 04 June 6 1965

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from William B. Dunn to Wesley Fishel, 29 April, 1965
Item Number: 6-20-60-116-UA17-95_000095   (Click For More Item Information)
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William B. Dunn explains his doubts over the "teach-ins" regarding American policy in Vietnam and the criticism of the President. Dunn reiterates that America should not negotiate a surrender in Vietnam.

Author(s): Dunn, William B

Item Creation Date: 29 April 4 1965

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Revised Draft on Teach-Ins and U.S Policy in Vietnam, 21 May 1965
Item Number: 6-20-5A-116-UA17-95_000089   (Click For More Item Information)
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The following document is from Wesley R. Fishel's collection. The document explains how the teach-ins have produced more misunderstanding and protest against American policy in Vietnam. The document concludes by addressing the President.

Item Creation Date: 21 May 5 1965

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from Tran Van Do to Wesley Fishel, 29 December, 1966
Item Number: 6-20-55-116-UA17-95_000084   (Click For More Item Information)
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Tran Van Do writes to Wesley Fishel to clarify the circumstances and content of a lost letter. Tran Van Do explains the events in Geneva, a conversation with Pham Van Dong, Mendes-France's suggestions of an 18th parallel, and Do's doubts over a temporary partition.

Author(s): Tran Van Do

Item Creation Date: 19 December 12 1966

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letters between Ton That Thien and Wesley Fishel, 8 November, 1965, and 23 November, 1965
Item Number: 6-20-56-116-UA17-95_000085   (Click For More Item Information)
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These are letters between Ton That Thien and Wesley R. Fishel regarding the United States involvement in Vietnam. Ton That Thien expresses his dissatisfaction of United States involvement in Vietnam and the Diem government.

Author(s): Fishel, Wesley Ton That Thien

Item Creation Date: November 11 1965

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from Bui Van Thinh to Wesley Fishel, 22 July, 1965
Item Number: 6-20-58-116-UA17-95_000087   (Click For More Item Information)
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Bui Van Thinh explains his travels and time in Saigon to form a constructive political doctrine. Bui Van Thinh explains his call to govern and the possibility of stability under his authority. This letter is French copy of UA17-95_000086.pdf.

Author(s): Bui Van Thinh

Item Creation Date: 20 July 7 1965

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from Bui Van Thinh to Wesley R. Fishel, 3 April, 1966
Item Number: 6-20-64-116-UA17-95_000099   (Click For More Item Information)
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Bui Van Thinh explains the present political crisisand anti-American nationalism in South Vietnam after the fall of the Diem government. Thinh proposes the end of the military junta and a successor elected government. This document is a French version of UA17-95_000098.pdf.

Author(s): Bui Van Thinh

Item Creation Date: 03 April 4 1966

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from Sanford S. Marlowe to Wesley R. Fishel, 20 May, 1966.
Item Number: 6-20-65-116-UA17-95_000100   (Click For More Item Information)
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Sanford S. Marlowe sends Fishel two papers on the radio operations of North Vietnam and the Viet Cong. Marlowe reports the developments of the government to strengthen Radio Vietnam (VTVN) and explains that VTVN has transmitters at Saigon, Ba Xuyen, Dalat, Banmethuot, Nhatrang, Quinhon, Quang Ngai,

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Author(s): Marlowe, Sanford S

Item Creation Date: 20 May 5 1966

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from Giao Su Nguyen Huu Chi to Wesley R. Fishel and Dr. Fox, 27 February, 1965
Item Number: 6-20-5C-116-UA17-95_000091   (Click For More Item Information)
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Giao Su Nguyen Huu Chi explains the current situation in Saigon including attacks in North Vietnam, a coup d'etat, Buddhist movement, and the limited press access. Chi also describes his experiences teaching sociology at the NIA.

Author(s): Giao Su Nguyen Huu Chi

Item Creation Date: 27 February 2 1965

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from the secretary of Richard Nixon to Wesley Fishel, 8 April, 1965
Item Number: 6-20-5D-116-UA17-95_000092   (Click For More Item Information)
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The secretary of Richard Nixon, Rose Mary Woods includes a copy of the summary of Nixon's statements at a recent meeting of the Republican Congressional 87th, 88th, and 89th Clubs. The statement titled "The Choice in Vietnam" addresses the opposition to American policy in Vietnam such as

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Author(s): Nixon, Richard Woods, Rose Mary

Item Creation Date: 08 April 4 1965

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from John A. Armstrong to Robert A. Mang, 7 December, 1965
Item Number: 6-20-61-116-UA17-95_000096   (Click For More Item Information)
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John A. Armstrong responds to Wesley Fishel's letter sent to specialists of Vietnam. Armstrong suggests for the letter some arguments on American foreign policy on "massive retaliation" and Communist tactics. A copy of this letter was sent to Wesley R. Fishel for his expertise on the

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Author(s): Armstrong, John A

Item Creation Date: 07 December 12 1965

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from Francis J. Corley to Wesley R. Fishel, 16 August, 1966
Item Number: 6-20-66-116-UA17-95_000101   (Click For More Item Information)
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Francis J. Corley discusses his experience working at the Institute on Asia and his study of Buddhism and religion in Vietnam.

Author(s): Corley, Francis J

Item Creation Date: 16 August 8 1966

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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