A#1 thesis

A#1 thesis - Calvin Chun WRIT 140 Assignment #1 The battle...

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Calvin Chun WRIT 140 Assignment #1 The battle against possessing nuclear weapons has not been one of ease, and has conflicted with the international world since World War II. Surely, opposing values of whether nuclear arms should be conserved versus being disarmed has formed this issue, and has affected international nations for quite some time. Clearly, with all this conflict, yet no solution, the idea of a possible settlement between the two conflicting values seems to be so far away. Yet, if supporters of both views learn to sacrifice certain aspects of their position, a potential accommodation can be made. The possession of nuclear arms has been debated for several decades, but with recent sparks of nuclear development within unrecognized countries, values of retaining possession against those of dispossessing have surged, giving way to a possible opportunity of reconciliation. With recent testing of nuclear weapons, there has been a growing awareness of this controversy, and the idea of nuclear disarmament comes into mind. North Korea launched its
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2011 for the course WRIT 140 taught by Professor Boo during the Spring '11 term at Acadia.

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A#1 thesis - Calvin Chun WRIT 140 Assignment #1 The battle...

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