Economic divisions in the U.S. brought an end to World War II as much as the atomic bombs. On the anniversary of Japan’s surrender, historian Marc Gallicchio explains how bitter fights between business, unions and Congress marred the final months of the conflict. Scott Lanman of Bloomberg News and Daniel Moss of Bloomberg Opinion learn Americans weren’t as united as legend suggests.

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