Truth is scarier than fiction

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Truth is scarier than fiction

A real horror would be living through the dropping of an atomic bomb -- which happened in Nagasaki on August 6, 1945.

A real horror would be living through the dropping of an atomic bomb -- which happened in Nagasaki on August 6, 1945.

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A real horror would be living through the dropping of an atomic bomb -- which happened in Nagasaki on August 6, 1945.

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A real horror would be living through the dropping of an atomic bomb -- which happened in Nagasaki on August 6, 1945.

Heriberto Delgado, reporter

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History is scarier than Halloween. According to History teachers at Morton East High School, they have mentioned several historical events that are more horrific than Halloween.

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A real horror would be living through the dropping of an atomic bomb — which happened in Nagasaki on August 6, 1945.

Truth is stranger than fiction because “Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn’t.” Fiction is the creation of the human mind, and therefore is congenial to it.

“Atomic bomb was potentially destructive to the human race and it affected unborn people for generations,” Morton east history teacher said.

During WW2 there was a plane called Enola Gay and it was carrying the atomic bomb. The atomic bomb that was dropped in Hiroshima left damage for 2 – 4 months after the bomb was dropped. It had a huge impact on the city of Hiroshima, 90,000 – 140,000 people were killed when the bomb was dropped. Almost 63 % of Hiroshima building was completely destroyed. And, in total, 92% of buildings were destroyed or damaged in the entire city.

“Reagan’s election had a decrease in the democracy population during that time period,” Morton East history teacher Donald Gillingham said.

The election involved Ronald Reagan and his opponent Bush. Obviously, Reagan won the election and he made and passed many laws that were always benefiting the Republicans. Therefore the Democrats were decreasing. Reagan was shot in the chest by John Warnock Hinckley in 1981 leaving a hotel after he gave a speech, further down the presidency he recovered.

“The way that women were treated in the past is scarier than anything right now,” Avila said.

Women were always treated less than men in the past. To this day women are not fully equal to men. They used to compare women to animals back in the past. They gave women the lowest jobs in the market. They paid women very little compared to men and women would work for many hours dealing with very difficult machinery. Women weren’t appreciated as they were supposed to.

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