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Imagine that you were in the position of the U.S. president at the time, Harry Truman. Explain what action you would have taken with respect to the atomic bombs and explain the rationale for your
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Those who support the drooping of that bombs say, `you kill a lot of people now, hoping to save even more lives later. An estimated 140,000 people were killed at Hiroshima and another 74,000 at Nagasaki. [ [ Would an Allied invasion of Japan have been more bloody?' But I would say, If i were Harry truman I would have thought in philanthropic way. Hatred never can bring peace. It`s love that
results in ultimate peaceful solution. So, I would have wait to know how far Japan was dangerous for America. I`m taking lives, but what are the costs? ]
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Imagine that you were in the position of the U.S. president at the time, Harry Truman. Explain what action you would have taken with respect to the atomic bombs and explain the rationale for your decision.
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Weegy: Those who support the drooping of that bombs say, `you kill a lot of people now, hoping to save even more lives later. An estimated 140,000 people were killed at Hiroshima and another 74,000 at Nagasaki. [ [ Would an Allied invasion of Japan have been more bloody?' But I would say, If i were Harry truman I would have thought in philanthropic way. Hatred never can bring peace. It`s love that results in ultimate peaceful solution. So, I would have wait to know how far Japan was dangerous for America. ] (More)
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