Making Contact

Making Contact – December 10, 2004

Hiroshima and its Legacy Today
In August 1945, in an action that has provoked controversy ever since, the US dropped the first atomic bombs on Japan. On this special edition of Making Contact, producer Reese Erlich looks at how the Hiroshima bombing set the moral and political tone for future aggression. We’ll hear from both Japanese and American atomic bomb survivors, and from today’s anti-nuke activists. – www.radioproject.org

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