A Nuclear World? What's Your View
US President Bush has asked for $8.5 million in the 2006 budget for research on nuclear "bunker buster" weapons. A single "bunker buster" would be nearly 100 times more powerful than the nuclear bomb that destroyed Hiroshima, and the
nuclear blast and radioactive fall-out could kill millions of innocent people in surrounding areas.
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Find out how most Americans feel about nuclear weapons.
Strongly agree – it was the only way to end the war.
Agree – it was an awful loss of life, but probably the quickest way to end the war.
Disagree – it was an awful loss of life, and Japan may have surrendered without the bombs.
Strongly disagree – the US could have ended the war without killing hundreds of thousands of people.
The US should keep non-nuclear states from developing nuclear weapons, but should continue to develop nuclear weapons for its own security.
The US should keep non-nuclear states from developing nuclear weapons, and should cease development of any new nuclear weapons for its own security.
The US should focus on global non-proliferation, and should encourage all countries to cease development and testing of nuclear weapons.
The US should not get involved in global nuclear proliferation issues, and should instead focus only on US security issues.