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Unformatted text preview: all around the world. Why were so many bombs created during that time and what were the effects of doing so would be my next topic. How the element of fear of the atomic bomb and the effects that had on people and their thoughts about the governments actions is a point I would like to focus on. The last part of my paper will focus on atomic bombs today and if they are still being produced and what are they doing with all the ones that were produced back in the arms race. It is a subject that not many people hear about because they figure it is all under control, but with terrorism on the rise no one knows what could happen with all the unused bombs. My last points will focus on the overall effects of atomic bombs both psychologically and physically. Sources Five days in August: how World War II became a nuclear war From Roosevelt to Truman: Potsdam, Hiroshima, and the Cold War...
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