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In memoriam

On this day, not-so-many years ago, over 200,000 people died because an evil man thought it would be politically useful. Now, if I left it at that, no one I know would hesitate to condemn such an action. But if you tell them it was Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the same people will rise up in defense of their beloved Harry Truman and how he did it to keep more people from dying, elevating the office of president from politician to prophet for who else could tell the future and make such a claim.

Don’t let your ends justify your means.

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