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Like Taylor in 1964, used his press contacts to label the Struggle Movement as Communist-dominated. Even worse, Lodge knew the Buddhists were not Communists. They stood in his way and that of his government and thus, in his mind, had become foes of the United States almost on the same level as the NLF. The Buddhists alarmed Lodge because he could not understand them, and he despised them because he could not control them. S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk often pleaded with his ambassador to urge Ky to act with restraint.
Upon hearing of his plans to attack Hue and Danang, “Buddhist students screaming anti-American slogans stormed the Saigon Radio station,” and over ten thousand protesters marched in Danang. In Banmethuot, Buddhist students paraded while demanding an end to the military dictatorship of Thieu and Ky. ”62 Eventually, Lodge’s intimidation worked. After offering a series of pseudo-concessions to the Buddhists, Ky again reversed course and announced an impending attack against Danang to end the agitation in central Vietnam.
His ability to confront issues head-on and meet with opposition parties enabled him to continue in office, even with the deteriorating situation in the countryside and despite serious questions concerning the viability of his government and reservations over his ability to confront a con- 18 Introduction certed challenge. Indeed, although numerous hostile forces besieged Khanh during his early months in office, his ability to confront these groups contrasted favorably with Diem’s moves the previous summer.