Student Name Instructor Course Date Documented Essay: Hiroshima and Nagasaki Attack It is more than 70 years since an atomic bomb hit the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The United States detonated two atomic bombs in Japan at the culmination of the WWII the. The atomic weapons destroyed the two Japanese cities. The United States obtained permission from the United Kingdom as stipulated under the Quebec Agreement. The “Little Boy” over Hiroshima killed more than 146 000 people while the “Fat Man” left about 80 000 dead in Nagasaki (Hayashi et al. 4765). A majority of the individuals who died in the attack were civilians. Other people who survived the radiation or burns later developed cancer (Douple Mabuchi and Cullings 127). Moreover the extreme thermal radiation generated by the atomic bombs destroyed trees and animals. People have different opinions about the atomic bombings. On the one hand some see the learned from the atomic bomb survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki." Disaster medicine and public health preparedness 5.S1 (2011): S122-S133.Harris Gardiner. "At Hiroshima Memorial Obama Says Nuclear Arms Require 'Moral Revolution?" The New York Times - Breaking News World News & Multimedia 27 May 2016 www.nytimes.com/2016/05/28/world/asia/obama-hiroshima-japan.html. Harris Gardiner. "At Hiroshima Memorial Obama Says Nuclear Arms Require 'Moral Revolution?" The New York Times - Breaking News World News & Multimedia 27 May 2016 www.nytimes.com/2016/05/28/world/asia/obama-hiroshima-japan.html. Hayashi Tomonori et al. "Evaluation of systemic markers of inflammation in atomic-bomb survivors with special reference to radiation and age effects." The FASEB Journal vol. 26 no. 11 2012 pp. 4765-4773. Huczko Maciej. "Alternatives to Dropping the A-bomb in Bringing the War with Japan to an End." Kwartalnik Naukowy Uczelni Vistula 1 (39) (2014): 128-137. Kimura Tets. "Applying Taurek’S ‘Should The Numbers Count?’ To (Un)Justify Hiroshima And Nagasaki: A Combination Of Historiography And Applied Ethics." Hdl.handle.net. N.p. 2013. Web. 31 Mar. 2018. Mark Merrilee. United States War Crimes. Delhi: University Publications 2012. Print. [...]
The topic: Should the US be responsible for assisting in dealing with the aftermath of said bombs and their effects on citizens and the environment or is this merely a fair act of war and thus owe nothing? Requirements: MLA format and at least 4 different sources What is this assignment? You will write a 1250-word minimum essay in which you will present multiple viewpoints on a specific topic and discuss the reasons that some people think one way and others think other ways. Rather than discovering who is “right,” your goal is to understand the issues that impact how people view this particular topic. Your audience for this paper will be an educated person who may not know a lot about your particular topic. You must use a minimum of four sources for your essay. If you use sources that we have not read as a class, you must provide those materials to your instructor. Failure to provide those materials will result in an automatic “Needs Work” on both the Substance and the Delivery portions of the rubric for this paper. You may not use a paper or portion of a paper that you have written for another course. What is the purpose of this assignment? This assignment helps you to achieve several objectives from the syllabus: constructing arguments that integrate logical, ethical, and emotional appeals; writing source papers analyzing a rhetorical situation and identifying and accurately documenting appropriate source material; and avoiding distracting or confusing sentence-level errors.