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Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (R-MA)

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1952
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Russian Relations Campaign Ad for Nixon/Lodge, 1960

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"'Mr. Nixon, what is the truth? Can we continue to have peace while Khrushchev is trying to stir up the whole world against us?' Richard M. Nixon: 'Well, the truth is that we must continue to have peace, and we can if we continue to show firmness and strength to the communist world. Khrushchev is a cold, hard, ruthless man. He feeds upon weakness and doubt, and we must never make the mistake of letting him think we are weak. We must show him we are strong economically and militarily; that we will not be coerced; that we will not tolerate being pushed around. We must continue to deal with communism and the Soviet leaders not belligerently, but firmly, and always with vigilance.' Vote for Nixon and Lodge, November 8th. They understand what peace demands."--Transcript.
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1960
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Interview With Henry Cabot Lodge, 1979 [electronic resource]

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Henry Cabot Lodge was a United States Senator from Massachusetts, and Ambassador to South Vietnam from 1963 -1964. He viewed South Vietnam's president Ngo Dinh Diem as an ineffective leader, and tacitly supported the coup that overthrew him. Mr. Lodge discusses the circumstances of his appointment as Ambassador, and his impressions of Vietnam prior to going. He recounts the advice and instruction he received from other advisers, especially regarding Diem, and details his role in the events surrounding the coup. He describes Diem's personality and his own view of the war after the coup.
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1983