The Manhattan Project that created the first atomic bomb was a great success — and, in the eyes of many, a cautionary tale about the dangers of technological proliferation. The best way to forget the lessons of the past is to pretend they never happened. Members of the US House of Representatives who voted down a proposed national park that would preserve and link together three sites involved with creating the atomic bomb ought not to forget that insight.
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