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Jay N. Darling lived in an age when social stigma based on race and religion was widely accepted as a fact of life. Despite the fact that he was a white, wealthy Protestant, his personal sense of humanity led him to rebel against society's "norm." It is a credit to Darling's ethics that he criticized society's accepted prejudices, and it is a credit to his cartooning skills that he conveyed his sense of humanity so effectively.

Racial, 1915
Religious, 1919
Mobs, 1919
In the U.S.A., 1939

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