One of these sources is actually a secondary source that provides a second hand

One of these sources is actually a secondary source

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account of civilians who witnessed the dropping of the atomic bomb. One of these sources is actually a secondary source that provides a second-hand account of this historical event. Question 2 6.25 out of 6.25 points Which of the following sources is actually a secondary source that provides a second- hand account of civilians who witnessed the dropping of the atomic bomb? Response Feedback: Good job! Hiroshima by John Hersey is actually a secondary source because the author is writing about other people’s first-hand experiences rather than his own. Question 3 6.25 out of 6.25 points Based on your readings, which of the following would be the most effective way to prioritize reading these sources if you were writing a paper on the experiences of philosophy professors who witnessed the dropping of the atomic bomb over Hiroshima? Response Feedback : Good job! This is an effective way of prioritizing these sources because Father John A. Siemes was a philosophy professor in Hiroshima who witnessed the dropping of the atomic bomb. John Hersey writes about others’ first-hand accounts of the dropping of the bomb in Hiroshima but neither witnessed the event first-hand nor was a professor of philosophy. Finally, William L. Laurence writes about witnessing the dropping of the
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atomic bomb over Nagasaki, not Hiroshima. Question 4 6.25 out of 6.25 points Based on your readings, which of the following would be the most effective way to prioritize reading these sources if you were writing a paper on the experiences of journalists who witnessed the dropping of the atomic bomb over Nagasaki? Response Feedback : Good job! Good job! This is an effective way of prioritizing these sources because William L. Laurence is the only author listed who witnessed the dropping of the atomic bomb over Nagasaki rather than Hiroshima. John Hersey is a journalist who is writing about others’ first-hand accounts of the dropping of the bomb in Hiroshima but neither witnessed the event first- hand nor was a professor of philosophy. Finally, Father John A. Siemes is not a journalist but a professor who witnessed the dropping of the bomb in Hiroshima.
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