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Interview with Wesley Fishel and Ambassador Vu Van Thai, Washington D.C., 7 July 1966
Item Number: 6-20-BE-116-UA17-95_000202   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 41]

This document is a transcript of an interview between Wesley Fishel and Ambassador Vu Van Thai. The interview took place in Washington D.C. on July 7, 1966. It concerns corruption in the South Vietnamese administration, land reform issues, education, conscription, elections, the judiciary, and

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Author(s): Fishel, Wesley Ambassador Vu Van Thai

Item Creation Date: 07 July 7 1966

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 28 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Biography of Vu Van Thai, undated
Item Number: 6-20-BF-116-UA17-95_000232   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 4]

This document contains biographical information about Vu Van Thai, including educational and professional data. It also includes educational information about his daughter, Georgette Vu Van Thai.

Author(s): Fishel, Wesley

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 28 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Speech from Vu Van Thai, undated
Item Number: 6-20-C0-116-UA17-95_000234   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 9]

This document is a speech by Vu Van Thai to an American audience sometime after 1965. It is a criticism of communism, and it uses the recent death of Tu Chung, editor of the newspaper Chinh Luan, as a prominent example of communist repression of free thought and debate. It criticizes Ngo Dinh

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Author(s): Vu Van Thai

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 28 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Draft of "Welcoming a Vietnamese Friend" by The Editorial Board, 13 October 1965
Item Number: 6-20-C1-116-UA17-95_000235   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 8]

This document contains two different drafts of a report titled "Welcoming a Vietnamese Friend" from The Editorial Board (the newspaper in question is unnamed). The report is in regards to the newly appointed Vietnamese Ambassador to the United States, Vu Van Thai. It provides a general

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Author(s): The Editorial Board

Item Creation Date: 13 October 10 1965

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 28 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Newspaper Articles about Vu Van Thai, 1965
Item Number: 6-20-C2-116-UA17-95_000236   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 3]

The document contains three newspaper articles concerning Vu Van Thai. One discusses his recommendation that the US government restrain Ngo Dinh Diem, one discusses his view that Soviet power could productively counterbalance Chinese influence in Southeast Asia, and the last discusses a visit that

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Author(s): The Washington Post

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 28 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Letter from Wesley Fishel to Vu Van Thai, 14 July, 1966
Item Number: 6-20-C3-116-UA17-95_000237   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 2]

In this letter, Wesley Fishel asks Vu Van Thai if the embassy of the Republic of Vietnam in America would consider publishing a summary of South Vietnam's laws as well as brief biographies of the candidates in the upcoming election, for the benefit of the American public.

Author(s): Fishel, Wesley

Item Creation Date: 14 July 7 1966

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 28 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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