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Topic - Wilson D. Miscamble
Wilson D. Miscamble, a history professor at the University of Notre Dame, writes, "There was not an easily available and appropriate option that would have met the serious political and moral objections of many later critics of Truman's decision."
Miscamble contends that warfare had already changed before the use of nuclear weapons.