The Jungle Upton Sinclair read online review & book description:
In his novel The Jungle, journalist Upton Sinclair probes the corruption within the American meatpacking industry of the early 20th century and the plight of those who work in it to make a powerful case for an end to wage slavery in the US.
The Jungle book review The Jungle ePUB; Upton Sinclair; Classics books.
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