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American History

 

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Edith K

 

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February 10, 2015

 

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and the Soviet Union. The atom bomb was a weapon which gave its wielder an obvious advantage over that of its wielder's counterpart, in this instance shown by peacekeeping between the U.S. and the Soviet Union. The question, "Should the atom bomb have been used?" is really, "Why was the atom bomb used?" Therefore, the idea of the atom bomb's use is not yes or no but, rather, by the reasons which may have necessitated its use, representing itself in the form of atomic diplomacy or the use of the atom bomb as indirect coercion on the negotiations which were to take place between the victors of the European theatre of war...
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and the Soviet Union. The question, "Should the atom bomb have been used?" is really, "Why was the atom bomb used?" Therefore, the idea of the atom bomb's use is not yes or no but, rather, by the reasons which may have necessitated its use, representing itself in the form of atomic diplomacy or the use of the atom bomb as indirect coercion on the negotiations which were to take place between the victors of the European theatre of war...
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