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Kenzaburo Oe created an inspiring essay and supported all his ideas using rhetoric and facts about the bombing. His main strategy was to make the reader question President Truman and even God by using conditional reasoning. As a result he suggests if President Truman were to drop a bomb on Leopoldville and if Noah was lazy then the President nor God will be able to sleep at night since there will not be enough good to overcome such evil. Oe admires the Japanese people’s humanitarian actions on helping one another, especially to the doctors who had to work long hours to slowly heal back Hiroshima. Nevertheless he warns his audience about his fear of being too trusting of humans and their good will. He fears if a similar situation occurs again it will no longer be the same results. Is today society more good than evil or more evil than good?
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