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  • '''Phan Quang Dan''' () was an early to mid-20th century Vietnamese nationalist and friend of ...nment of [[Ngo Dinh Diem]]. Diem did not want him seated, as he considered Dan a demagogue and he was suspicious of demagoguery. U.S. Ambassador [[Elbridg
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  • '''Phan Quang Dan''' () was an early to mid-20th century Vietnamese nationalist and friend of ...nment of [[Ngo Dinh Diem]]. Diem did not want him seated, as he considered Dan a demagogue and he was suspicious of demagoguery. U.S. Ambassador [[Elbridg
    6 KB (922 words) - 02:49, 5 July 2010
  • {{r|Phan Huy Quat}} {{r|Phan Quang Dan}}
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  • {{r|Dan Xa Dang}} {{r|Phan Khac Suu}}
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  • ...embly elections in 1959, while he had recommended Diem accept [[Phan Quang Dan]] as an opposition minister, "We should be prepared to acknowledge to ourse ...//books.google.com/books?id=phJrZ87RwuAC&pg=PA76&lpg=PA76&dq=%22Phan+Quang+Dan%22&source=web&ots=Nw_vN4uceG&sig=X5chCnFWRN37CvwkYSm8KX54kJc&hl=en&sa=X&oi=
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  • {{r|Phan Quang Dan}} {{r|Viet Nam Quoc Dan Dang}}
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  • ...ore Khanh left, the Council did set up a new civilian government headed by Phan Huy Quat. INR saw the Quat government as evidence of a temporary stability ...ived as representative by both the populace and the military. [[Phan Quang Dan]] was ousted from the cabinet, and arrested, for suggesting more negotiatio
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  • ...nal U.S. documents emphasized the need to include opposition. [[Phan Quang Dan]], [[Tran Van Huong]], and [[Nguyen Luu Vien]] were specifically mentioned.
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  • ....htm}}</ref> He refused to recognize coalition movements, such as [[Dan Xa Dang]] in [[Cochinchina]]. ...ntryside, but not even of honest nationalists, one of such as [[Phan Quang Dan]], later an opposition leader under [[Ngo Dinh Diem]].
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  • ...al Intelligence Agency]]. It was commanded by a Diem loyalist, then-LTC Le Quang Tung. <ref name=LLDB-SESF>{{citation ...em governments. U.S. Ambassador [[Elbridge Durbrow]] had recommended that Dan would be useful as a member of a "loyal opposition", a concept not acceptab
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  • {{r|Phan Quang Dan‎}} {{r|Dan Xa Dang}}
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  • {{r|Phan Quang Dan‎}} {{r|Dan Xa Dang}}
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  • ...tary of the Party, was the revolution's "builder and commander". <ref>Thai Quang Trung, ''Collective Leadership and Factionalism'', Institute of Southeast A Ho Chi Minh was born on May 19, 1890, in the village of Kim Lien, in Nam Dan district of [[Nghe An Province]] in [[Annam]]; he did not visit rural [[Ton
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