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Three months af­ter atomic bombs dev­as­tated Ja­pan, has­ten­ing the end of World War II, Pres­i­dent Harry Tru­man and U.K. Prime Min­is­ter Cle­ment At­tlee met to dis­cuss an atomic pol­icy. “So much was at stake—the fate of in­di­vid­u­als, of na­tions and, if the atom ex­perts were to be be­lieved, even of the planet it­self.”

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