Off the Fat of the Land: The Denver Post's Story of the Japanese American Internment During World War II.
By Kumiko Takahara
This book examines the great efforts of the Denver Post to paint Japanese Americans, living both inside and outside the camps, as the enemy. Governor Ralph Carr said that Colorado would welcome the Japanese Americans sent to his state. The Denver Post and its editor took a decidedly different position. Paper: 198 pp.