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By: Shaheer J.
Hiroshima Argumentative Paragraph
The United States of America should not have dropped the atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima in Japan. To start off, the atomic bomb caused massive amounts of death for the Japanese citizens living in Hiroshima. Death tolls reached more than 70 000 while injuries were totalled to have reached more than 65 000 (The Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki). It thus shows the use of the bomb was wrong on an ethical and moral basis as many people lost their lives while others had the lives of their loved ones taken away from them. Secondly, the atomic bomb led to the nuclear arms race between the Soviet Union and U.S. during the Cold War. The Cold War was fought with the scare tactics of an arms race, each side gaining more destructive weapons to frighten its enemies (Newman et al. 270). Both the United States and Soviet Union spent millions of dollars in the arms race for development and making of their respective nuclear weapons. But this meant the there was less money spent for cleaning up harmful sites used to make these weapons such as uranium mines and because they are not properly cleaned of, they present many environmental and health risks even today. Final...


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