The U.S. had the rights to drop the atomic bomb. Also if they didn't drop the bomb then over 1 million people would die in the U.S. Also japan lost 250,000 thousand people which is better than 1 million people.
The nuclear bombing of Japan in 1945 is widely credited with hastening the end of the war. Even if true, was it ethical to drop the bomb? No because it wasn't humane for the U.S to drop the bomb because 250,000 people died because of it.
The people of the U.S. doubt the Japanese surrendered because we are so used to them not surrendering. One example is on the island of Iwo Jima.
The empire of Japan was about to surrender after the first bomb. But then the us bombed them one more time before they could surrender.
This article had both yes and no perspectives. The us had the rights to drop the bomb because it ended the war faster than if they didn't. Richard Cohen, who writes for the Washington Post, believes that the us had the rights to drop the bomb because it ended the war faster than if they didn't. also the us didn't have the rights because they killed over 80,000 people in one day then through the fallowing week more than 20,000 people and 250,000 people in total died because of loss of blood infections and radiation poisoning.