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...cessary for the Japan 's. The main reason for the atomic bomb was to get revenge. I personally don 't believe in revenge. If someone has hurt you or did a punishment in the past or present in regards to that doesn 't mean that you have to get them back with revenge. I had one experience with my aunt who always wanted to get revenge on my other aunt. My one aunt by accident did a silly mistake and ticked my other aunt off and after that my aunt has always been trying to get back her for it. It really isn 't a big deal. Obviously there could 've been bigger examples of revenge like death or murder, but their is no reason to give some revenge just because you are angry and you want them to feel the way you felt. People have their own opinions, but this is mine and this leads to the revenge with the atomic bombs. I personally don 't think they should 've been dropped.
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