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With a little arm-twisting from the Postmaster General's own boss, the U.S. Postal Service has decided to drop its move to create a stamp with the image of an atomic bomb mushrooming over Japan. Instead, the mailfolks will commemorate the end of World War II with a stick-em featuring President Truman. President Clinton stepped into the controversy when outraged Japanese officials lodged complaints. No other stamps in the World War II series have fallen under such criticism, including the bombing of Pearl Harbor or the planned stamp depicting concentration camp survivors.Post your opinion on theSocietybulletin board.TIME DAILY'S WEEKEND HOT LIST