From the paper:
“Although Upton Sinclair wrote over 80 books, his most famous remains The Jungle, published in 1905. It?s an unforgettable picture of life and death in a turn-of-the-century meat-packing factory in Chicago?where Sinclair had been sent by the socialist weekly Appeal to Reason to investigate working conditions. Though Sinclair?s intent in the novel was to expose horrifying labor conditions the public was outraged by his descriptions of the filth of the processing plants and the contamination of processed meats.
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