Delanie Tarvin: An Analysis of “The Debate About Hiroshima”

In “The Debate About Hiroshima,” Rudolph A. Winnacker compares different views on the use of the atomic bomb on Japan. He offers a brief outline on his interpretation of the argument between those in support of the bombs use and Continue reading Delanie Tarvin: An Analysis of “The Debate About Hiroshima”

Delanie Tarvin: A Look at “What are Historical Facts?”

(Note: this article was split between three students. This blog post covers the last third of the article or pages 336-340.) In “What are Historical Facts?” Carl L. Becker argues that complete historical objectivity is impossible, claiming that “the world Continue reading Delanie Tarvin: A Look at “What are Historical Facts?”