Dwight Eisenhower’s “Atoms for Peace” speech addresses the need to use atomic power for peaceful purposes rather than for wars. Eisenhower starts by addressing the audience and saying it is an honor to speak at the General Assembly of the United Nations.

Eisenhower talks about the recent discussions between the United States, the United Kingdom, and France, which he attended in Bermuda. He says the discussions were mainly focused on the goal of universal peace. Eisenhower says that because of this, he needs to address the topic of atomic warfare, as he believes all citizens should know what developments are taking place when it comes to nuclear power and how it can be used. 

Eisenhower begins by sharing some statistics about atomic bombs and the extent of th...

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