Noboru Taguma was a simple farmer. For 45 years, he had grown tomatoes mostly for Campbell’s Soup in and around Clarksburg, Yolo County, Calif. But such a humble life belies the true heroism he showed as a young man, when he was one of only 300 to resist a military draft behind barbed wire concentration camps during World War II. His is a story of how an ordinary person can rise to extraordinary heights in times of crisis.
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