Letters to Washington:Letters and Politics Thursday August 10 2017 
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Letters to Washington  Letters and Politics Thursday August 10 2017   
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On today's show host Mitch Jeserich interviews Catherine Lutz about the history of US-Guam relationships. Catherine Lutz is a professor at the Watson Institute at Brown University.



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Just a year after the US atomic bombing of Japan in 1945, American journalist John Hersey traveled to Japan and wrote a lengthy three-part series for the New Yorker that would become the classic bookHiroshima.

It was the first account of Japanese survivors written in English and it would have a dramatic effect on the popular narrative of the bombing here in the United States and continue to influence the debate on the ethics of such a bombing today.

Well talk about the history and influence of the book withPatrick B Sharp, Professor of LiberalStudies at California State University Los Angeles and author of the paperFrom Yellow Peril to Japanese Wasteland: John Herseys Hiroshima. 
 
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