The Hiroshima Bombing: A Necessity
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October 2, 2013
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According to author Michael Walzer, a supreme emergency is one that would justify a state in using measures that the war convention prohibits. Clearly, the war convention prohibits the use of weapons of mass destruction such as atomic bombs. Was the United States in a supreme emergency then? Yes, it was...
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Was the United States in a supreme emergency then? Yes, it was. The use of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima was the best decision President Truman could have possibly made for the good of the United States and the Japanese.
The question of whether or not the U.S. was in a supreme emergency is a complicated one to answer...
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