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First and foremost my goal was to pick a topic that would be interesting, a topic that I really didn’t obtain information about in my high school days. As far as revising my research questions to assist my instructor in understanding my approach. I simply wanted to breakdown the text to clearly be understood and somewhat interesting.Primary and secondary sources provide the foundation of research when studying history and social studies topics. Comparing primary resources and secondary resources Ilearned can sometimes be tricky and you have to be careful how to use the both. Analyzing the relationship between the two can result in a deeper understanding of the texts and of the topic being studied. The overall objective of the research paper is to determine the effect of the Atomic Bomb and the impact it had on the civilians after the actual bombing. The biggest political issue at the time was that the government didn’t do the proper research on the bombing materials and hazardous effects. My main goal is to dive deeper into this and determine what, why and how this happened to innocent people and why weren’t they protected like they should have been?The first research question that I chose was; what are the health effects on the current survivors? My second question, Was the dropping of the atomic bomb really necessary? For both research questions I narrowed them down so they were not as broad
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World War II, Nuclear weapon, Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki