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Philip Nash - Truman and the Ethics of the Bomb

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Published on Aug 24, 2012

Week Nine's interfaith lecture theme explores the ethics of the office of the president. Philip Nash, associate professor of history at Penn State University, takes a look at the moral and ethical questions raised by decisions made in wartime, including Harry Truman's decision to drop two atomic bombs on cities in Japan during World War II.

Read Mary Desmond's recap for The Chautauquan Daily here: http://chqny.in/PGxcYA.

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