Response To Christine Brinch's 'Copenhagen'

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In this article author Christine Brinch says that nuclear weapons are not a bad thing because they were needed before but she believes they should not be used today. Brinch discusses “Copenhagen” by Michael Frayn and talks about what he believed and how some historians today would disagree with Frayn’s interpretation. She believes that during World War 2 if we had not dropped bombs on Japan the war would have gone on much longer and many more innocent people would have lost their lives. The atomic bombing also was best for the economy because the United States could no longer afford to pay for the soldiers and resources. Another thing discussed is how nuclear weapons are not exactly a bad idea and that the media’s representation of them is

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