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HIS 100 Theme 2: Secondary Source Analysis Worksheet Prompt : Fill in each of the fields below using information from a secondary source of your choice. Be sure to include specific examples (page numbers, etc.). Full APA citation: Pape, R. A. (1993). Why Japan surrendered. International Security, 18(2), 154–201. Retrieved from Identify author and describe potential biases. Robert A. Pape is a current political science professor at the University of Chicago. Before he became a professor, he taught international relations at Dartmouth College from 1991- 1999 and during this time he also taught air power strategy for the Airforce at their School of Advanced Airpower Studies. He was teaching for the Airforce at the time the he wrote this article which may have given him a bias towards the military. Identify thesis and arguments. Pape argues that of all the possible reasons that the Japanese surrendered the only viable one
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