(BLANK) MESSAGE FROM CARLSON TO SHULLAW RE JAGAN'S ATTEMPTS TO END VIOLENCE IN

Created: 7/31/1964

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old ne EVENING JULYE HAD INFORMED JAGAN along following lines geTHIS PROPOSAL HAS BEEN INFORMi discussed with the americans, WHO SEE NO USEFUL PURPOSE' IN IT. AT','; this tike. in THESE CIRCUMSTANCES IT WOULD BE BETTER IF PROPOSAL' w'ere not pursued now. IT IS OUR UNDERSTANDING THAT THE AMERICANS are influenced IN THEIR VIEWSB* CONTINUING VIOLENCE. ikeih subsequent attitude toward QUESTION OF EMISSARY WOULD doubtless be influenced BY COURSE OF EVENTS

according governor, JAGAN MADE NO OBJECTION AND GAVE V-w

impression. of LOOKING ON POSITIVEE IMMEDIATELY SAIDT*^:

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governor said he COULD NOT GO FURTHER THAN WORDING OFcould. not SPECULATE, JAGAN AGAIN TRIED.UNSUCCESSFULLY , governor HAKE such INTERPRETATION SAYING, "IT COULD MEAN

cokxsnt) governor INDICATED TO.NE HE HAD..OMITTED PART OF message SUVGESTING PPP RESPONSIBLE FOR VIOLENCE. WHETHER FOR

t!means then THAT IF. THINGS STAY QUIET EMISSARY WILL BE RECEIVED.

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'HIS REASON OR &ZCMSZ OF DESPERATION, JAGAN HAS-f.

. HAS NOT CATEGORICALLY REJECTED IDEA OF EMISSARY AND THERE IS STILL BASIS SOKE HOPE IF VIOLENCE KEPT DOWNJ' CONSEQUENTLY, IF SECURITY SHOULD BE TjUIET FOR SEVERAL SEEKS -IT IS LIKELY JAGAN WILL APPROACH US AGAIN TO SEND EMISSARY.

UNTIL SITUATION CALMER. JAGAN SAID HE HAD ALREADY DONE MUCH TO TRY END VIOLENCE AND VOULD CONTINUE EFFORTS BUT HE WAS "BECOMING DISCOURAGED OVER ATTEMPT ZFFZC1 RECONCILIATION WITH BIG POWERS AND THOUGHT HE MIGHT HAVE TO TURN TO UNITY OF WORKINRESUMABLY THIS MEANS IF ANYTHING NORE EFFORTS ATPP-PNC"COALITION.) SINGER* DID NOT KNOW FOR WHOM LETTER" WAS S|VOIDED BEING -DRAWN INTO SUBSTANTIVE CONVERSATION WITH SINGER, BUT IT IS OBVIOUS MORE WILL BE HEARD FROM HIMIS RENEWED ROLE OFDVISER. CI PLAN TELL DR. KCCANC

*H0 IS SINGER'S SUPERIOR HERE HOWHINK THI ACTIVITY IS ALTHOUGH WE CANNOT FORBID IT.)

IEW OF ELECTION:

ON HORNING JULY it DR. PHILIP SINGER. CITIZEN HERE WITH ALBANY MEDICAL PROGRAM-SEE) CALLED TO REPORT THAT JAGAN WISHES SINGER TO COME OVER TO ADVIi ON LETTER JAGAN HADINGER SAID HE GATHERED FROM JAGAN THAT WASHINGTON AND LONDON DID NOT BELIEVE EMISSARY APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME IN VIEW VIOLENCE AND MATTER MUST WAIT

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GOVERNOR TOLO ME JAGAN IN COURSE SAKE CONVERSATION AS ABOVE FRANKLY PREDICTED PPP WOULD OBTAINERCENT OF VOTE GIVE ORERCENT EITHER WAY. THEREFORE, SINCE NO PARTY EXPECTED OBTAIN MAJORITY JAGAN REQUESTED GOVERNOR TO ARRANGE FORUTIONAL"PROVISION THAT ANY NEW POST-ELECTION GOVERNMENT;

F VOTE. GOVERNOR OBSERVED THAT THIS WOULD REQUIRE

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PPP-PNC COALITION AND JAGAN AGREtTO THIS WOULD BE SO. GOVERNOR -

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TOLD HE. HE WOULD OF.COURSE HAVEPPROVEEQUEST.;

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