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A column, excerpted from the Manzanar Free Press, about “what the world is saying” regarding Japanese internment in the US, July 27, 1942.

The Manzanar Free Press was a newspaper published at Manzanar Relocation Center by internees under the control and supervision of the War Relocation Authority. The newspaper circulated as a community bulletin within the camp to the more than 11,000 people incarcerated there. It included the an occasional column entitled, "What the World is Saying," quoting letters to the editors from national newspapers concerning Japanese American internment.