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Essay | Truman's Decisive Decision

David McCullough
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Truman's Decisive Decision

Summary: This essay conveys the controversial decision of Truman of dropping the atomic bomb.
Technology grows as time proceeds. Many people are set for more digital photography, high quality music, and high-speed internet. While technology has its affects on social and personal lives, it also affects lives on an economical and govermental level. Technology affects govermental procedures, in which it carries militaristic operations. Whether the technolgical advacement will hinder or help a country is based on the decision made by the country's ruler. One of the most famous and controversial issue in military history is the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Many people are not able to concur their ideas to formulate a conclusion whether the bombing was justified or not. Well, Harry Truman's, the 33rd President of the United States of America, was decisive in his decision to drop the atomic bomb. There are many justifications for his actions. First, Truman's most forthright justification was that...

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