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Databases

Below are databases that will help you form your opinion.  These databases will open up to information about the Atomic Bomb - but you can continue to search for more information within the database if you need it.  You may want to use different topics such as; Harry S. Truman, World War II, Hiroshima or Japan.

 

The Debate: Dropping of the Atomic Bomb

Task:
Each student is to write an essay that answers the question:
 
Taking into consideration both the immediate effects as well as the long-lasting effects of the Atomic Bomb, was President Truman and the United States justified in using this nuclear weapon to force Japanese surrender?
Your essay must include an intro paragraph in which your thesis (the answer to the essential question) is stated, three body paragraphs and a conclusion paragraph.  Be sure to use mutliple examples from your article as well as at least three other sources to justfy your reasoning.  It is important to cite your evidence.
Due Friday, May 29th
 
      
     

    Argument Writing

    A argumentative paper should include:

    • Statement of Purpose
    • Elaboration of Evidence
    • Organization
    • Language and Conventions

     

     

     

    Subject Guide

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