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  • Chapter 3: The Bomb
    • 00:34:10 The United States dropped its second bomb,

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      • 00:34:06 Before japan had time to react

      • 00:34:09 To the soviet invasion,

      • 00:34:10 The United States dropped its second bomb,

      • 00:34:13 An implosive plutonium bomb nicknamed "fat man,"

      • 00:34:18 On the city of nagasaki.

    • 00:34:13 An implosive plutonium bomb nicknamed "fat man,"

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      • 00:34:09 To the soviet invasion,

      • 00:34:10 The United States dropped its second bomb,

      • 00:34:13 An implosive plutonium bomb nicknamed "fat man,"

      • 00:34:18 On the city of nagasaki.

      • 00:34:25 Exploding ironically over the largest catholic cathedral

    • 00:35:02 That the u.S. Had 100 more atomic bombs

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      • 00:34:57 Stone: Yet neither the announcement of nagasaki

      • 00:34:59 Or army minister anami's fallacious report

      • 00:35:02 That the u.S. Had 100 more atomic bombs

      • 00:35:06 Moved tokyo any closer to surrendering unconditionally.

      • 00:35:10 After all, japanese cities

    • 00:43:52 Stone: He proposed that the u.S. Dismantle its atomic bombs

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      • 00:43:46 And the surest way to make him untrustworthy

      • 00:43:49 Is to distrust him and show your distrust.

      • 00:43:52 Stone: He proposed that the u.S. Dismantle its atomic bombs

      • 00:43:55 If the soviets agreed that both countries would ban

      • 00:43:58 Atomic weapons research.

    • 00:47:19 To lessen potential losses from another atomic bombing.

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      • 00:47:14 A large land army to establish control

      • 00:47:17 Over extended territories

      • 00:47:19 To lessen potential losses from another atomic bombing.

      • 00:47:23 And in what many consider a cruel irony,

      • 00:47:27 The japanese were allowed after all to keep the emperor,

    • 00:48:48 Are responsible for putting off those atomic bombs.

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      • 00:48:41 For that hour when you and I stand before st. Peter

      • 00:48:44 And he says, "I understand you two

      • 00:48:48 Are responsible for putting off those atomic bombs.

      • 00:48:52 What have you got to say for yourselves?"

      • 00:48:57 Stone: Although harry truman left office

    • 00:51:09 If I don't drop the bomb,

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      • 00:51:02 A moral point of no return,

      • 00:51:04 You've long since passed it.

      • 00:51:09 If I don't drop the bomb,

      • 00:51:10 So many more of our young men

      • 00:51:12 Will die in the invasion of japan.

    • 00:52:05 In using these same bombs against the soviet union

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      • 00:51:59 That the United States could be unrestrained

      • 00:52:02 By humanitarian considerations

      • 00:52:05 In using these same bombs against the soviet union

      • 00:52:08 If they continued to interfere in europe or asia.

      • 00:52:12 However, on a larger moral scale,

    • 00:56:42 Would no atomic bombs have been used in world war ii?

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      • 00:56:36 Had wallace succeeded roosevelt in April '45

      • 00:56:40 Instead of truman?

      • 00:56:42 Would no atomic bombs have been used in world war ii?

      • 00:56:46 Could we have avoided the nuclear arms race and the cold war?

      • 00:56:51 Would civil rights and women's rights have triumphed

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