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Question 82.5 / 2.5 pointsWhy are Reynolds and Lynch making this argument? This is what is at stake for them.
Question options:The authors believe that lack of substantial data on the injuries sustained in Hiroshima hinders full understanding of the impact of the atomic bomb.The authors believe that increased research on the military impact of the atomic bomb could present a solution to end the arms race between the United States and Soviet Union.The authors believe that the physical toll the atomic blast had on civilians in Hiroshima is overstated.The authors believe that the environmental impact that the atomic bomb had on Hiroshima has been underestimated.Good job! Reynolds and Lynch have found through their analysis of the mixed-method study on civilian injuries that there is a lack of data.Question 92.5 / 2.5 pointsWhich of the following is not data collected and analyzed by the authors of this study?
Question 102.5 / 2.5 pointsWhich of the following statements best describes the historiographic comparisons between the Frisch, Malloy, and Reynolds and Lynch articles?