Throughout the war, the Durrs took in a number of refugees, and one of the families was a Japanese couple and their daughter. Always alert to the Durrs' movements, the FBI began investigating the other family to be sure they were not spies, leading to a funny anecdote involving girlie photos. More seriously, Durr explains her stance on Japanese internment and how she justified it. Red-baiting also begins to take a toll on the social activists' relationships.