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Lamar W. Hankins :
Propaganda and the atomic bomb 70 years later

The government, with the cooperation and collaboration of the media, used propaganda to justify the use of atomic bombs against Japan. By Lamar W. Hankins | The Rag Blog | August 6, 2015 I was only nine months old when … finish reading Lamar W. Hankins :
Propaganda and the atomic bomb 70 years later

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Thomas McKelvey Cleaver : Nagasaki and Responding to Calamity

Shinto Shrine in Atomic Ruins, Nagasaki, Japan 1945. Public domain / National Archives / Flickr.Responding to calamity andwhat it says about our character The people of Nagasaki dedicated their city to promoting international peace and brotherhood. By Thomas McKelvey Cleaver … finish reading Thomas McKelvey Cleaver : Nagasaki and Responding to Calamity

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Marc Estrin : Awesome Days of Awe

The space between the pillars:Awesome days of awe By Marc Estrin / The Rag Blog / August 7, 2010 August 6th: Hiroshima. August 9th: Nagasaki. Three days in between. The days between close-set giant pillars take on special significance. Whatever … finish reading Marc Estrin : Awesome Days of Awe

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MEDIA : The Press and the Atomic Bomb

Mushroom cloud from the nuclear explosion over Nagasaki rising 60,000 feet into the air on the morning of Aug. 9, 2008.63 Years Ago: Media Distortions Set Tone for Nuclear Age By Greg Mitchell / August 6, 2008 At this time … finish reading MEDIA : The Press and the Atomic Bomb

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