culpability of US involvement in Vietnam coup

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The US was privately well aware of the problems in the government and tried measures of all kinds to energize the South Vietnamese effort. Although the US was not culpable for Diem and Nhu’s assassination, the Kennedy Administration is highly culpable fro the Vietnam coup because the US continually supported the Generals who are initiating the coup and not stopping it and that there was no expectation of what might physically happen to them...
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According to a telegram from the State Department to Ambassador Lodge, “if, in spite of all your efforts, Diem…refuses, then we must face the possibility that Diem himself cannot be preserved.” (35) The evidence shows that Diem’s resistance to cooperate to the agreement he made enlightened the US to place positive fundamental changes in the operation of his government...
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