Question options The authors believe that lack of substantial data on the

Question options the authors believe that lack of

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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 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.View Feedback2.5 / 2.5 pointsWhich of the following is not data collected and analyzed by the authors of this study?Question options:Interviews from survivors in Hiroshima about their locations when the bomb was dropped
Medical histories of atomic blast survivorsClinical reports of injured and uninjured survivorsGovernmental documents from the Meiji RestorationView Feedback2.5 / 2.5 pointsWhich of the following statements best describes the historiographic comparisons between the Frisch, Malloy, and Reynolds and Lynch articles?Question options:All three articles have the same thesis statement that does not differ over the course of time when each was published.The authors' thesis statements differ based on the sources they used, the research methods they employed, and perspectives on the impact of the atomic bomb oEach of the articles are radically different, as the authors' biases impede upon their presentation of information about the impact of the atomic bomb on survivoThe articles do not have strong thesis statements, as the authors ground their findings based on their heritage and beliefs on the atomic bomb, not on source evView Feedback25 / 25 - A25 / 25 - ADone

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