"The Dorothy Day Library on the Web includes all of Dorothy Day’s writings in The Catholic Worker newspaper as well as selected articles published elsewhere and many of her books." Users can search or browse the materials.
"This 1915 cartoon by William Ireland in the Columbus Dispatch relies on racist suppositions to make an ironic antiwar statement. Like their European counterparts, many Americans justified imperial expansion by arguing that it would spread the benefits of “Western Civilization” to un-civilized, non-European peoples. Religious missionaries also believed that the supposedly unenlightened people of Asia and Africa needed the redemptive and uplifting power of Western Christianity. As the savagery of World War I intensified, however, the claim that Western culture or society was more “civilized” became more difficult to defend."