OPINION: Doubts & Fears

OPINION Doubts & Fears

In the hour of victory the people of the United Nations were quick to voice their fears of the atomic bomb and its implications.

In a single issue of the New York Times readers wrote: "It is a stain upon our national life. . . ." "It is simply mass murder, sheer terrorism. . . ." "Let us . . . dump the whole thing into the Atlantic or Pacific . . . man is too frail to be entrusted with such power."

Said Methodist Bishop G. Bromley Oxnarn and...

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