All over the world, every nation and country have nuclear weapons at hand. Nuclear weapons help protect those countries and nations, they provide global defense. If nuclear weapons were to be outlawed and were no longer able to use then it would decrease the amount of jobs in the nuclear field. Although these weapons of mass destruction can be extremely dangerous and cause harm for billions of people; nuclear weapons provide jobs for many people across the nation. Not only does banning nuclear weapons take away the amount of occupations, but it goes against the right to bear arms. The second amendment of the United States constitution is the right to bear arms, which means that the citizens of the United States have the right to keeps weapons, and they will not be taken away from them. Also, if nuclear weapons come to be outlawed, it will restrict nation’s personal freedom and they will no longer be able to protect themselves.
In 1945, American fighter planes dropped nuclear bombs on Hiroshima because of the previous, or previously unexpected attack on the United States at Pearl Harbor. The weapons of mass destruction covered about a half mile radius which caused very many casualties. As soon as the bomb hit, it had an instant effect, vaporizing all...
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... or another, reiterated President Obama’s remarks that, until nuclear weapons are eliminated, they will retain them.” (Acheson 4) This should further motivate national leaders to unite against nuclear weapons in order to establish a safer universal relationship between all of the countries.
All in all, nuclear weapons may provide jobs, create a global defense, and protects each country. Although nuclear weapons are extremely dangerous in our world therefore, these weapons cause harm to our environment, kill thousands of people instantly and after the nuclear bomb/weapon is dropped, and they will cause mass destruction to our world. Thus, nuclear weapons should be outlawed and by doing this is, it will reduce radiation and terrorism, it will decrease the amount of casualties, and unite our nation’s while establishing a safer universal relationship with each other.
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