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Who began plotting a coup to overthrow Ngo Dinh Diem?
Several attempts had already been made to overthrow Diem but Kennedy had always instructed the CIA and the US military forces in Vietnam to protect him. [ In order to obtain a more popular leader of South Vietnam, Kennedy agreed that the role of the CIA should change. Lucien Conein, a CIA operative, provided a group of South Vietnamese generals with $40,000 to carry out the coup with the promise
that US forces would make no attempt to protect Diem. At the beginning of November, 1963, President Diem was overthrown by a military coup. After the generals had promised Diem that he would be allowed to leave the country they changed their mind and killed him. He was replaced by Nguyen Van Thieu, the chief of staff of the Armed Forces of South Vietnam. ]
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User: Who began plotting a coup to overthrow Ngo Dinh Diem?

Weegy: Several attempts had already been made to overthrow Diem but Kennedy had always instructed the CIA and the US military forces in Vietnam to protect him. [ In order to obtain a more popular leader of South Vietnam, Kennedy agreed that the role of the CIA should change. Lucien Conein, a CIA operative, provided a group of South Vietnamese generals with $40,000 to carry out the coup with the promise that US forces would make no attempt to protect Diem. At the beginning of November, 1963, President Diem was overthrown by a military coup. After the generals had promised Diem that he would be allowed to leave the country they changed their mind and killed him. He was replaced by Nguyen Van Thieu, the chief of staff of the Armed Forces of South Vietnam. ]
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User: The events at Central High School show that _____. Governor Faubus supported integration many white Southerners opposed integration school facilities in Arkansas were inadequate President Eisenhower agreed with the Brown ruling

Weegy: B.many white Southerners opposed integration
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User: What group launched anti-Diem protests in South Vietnam during the summer of 1963 that included street demonstrations and hunger strikes? merchants Catholics Buddhists peasants

Weegy: Answer is C) Several Buddhist monks publicly burn themselves to death as an act of protest. The immolations are captured on film by news photographers and shock the American public as well as President Kennedy.
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User: Thurgood Marshall _____. signed the Southern Manifesto was a lawyer for the NAACP was the first black justice of the Supreme Court arguedPlessy v. Fergusonbefore the Supreme Court

Weegy: the late Thurgood Marshall, the first black member of the U.S. Supreme Court. [ [ [ ] ] ]
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User: What happened to Ngo Dinh Diem and his brother Nhu? They were exiled after a military coup. They were killed in a military coup. They were imprisoned in Saigon. They joined the National Liberation Front.

Weegy: On the morning of November 2, 1963, Di?m and his adviser, younger brother Ng? ??nh Nhu, were arrested after the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) had been successful in a bloody overnight siege on Gia Long Palace in Saigon. They were executed. [ [ They were killed in a military coup. ] ]
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User: In what case did the Supreme Court rule that confessions cannot be introduced as evidence unless they were offered after police advised the suspect of his or her legal rights? Mapp v. Ohio Gideon v. Wainwright Escobedo v. Illinois Miranda v. Arizona

Weegy: The answer is Miranda vs Arizona.
Expert answered|sharpies|Points 6311|

User: Why was it difficult for American ground forces to clear areas of guerrillas? The guerrillas fled while the ground forces were in their area. The guerrillas hid themselves from American forces. The North Vietnamese guerrillas had superior weapons. The North Vietnamese guerrillas were more capable fighters.

Weegy: The guerrillas hid themselves from American forces.
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User: The taking-out of material that may offend others is called _____. media censorship containment the credibility gap

Weegy: B. censorship. The taking out of material that may offend others is called censorship.Please rate the answers to make weegy smarter!
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