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Author(s): Upton Sinclair
Book Pages: 413 - Publish Date: 1906 - Publisher: Unknown
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Author(s): Upton Sinclair
Book Pages: 412 - Publish Date: 1904 - Publisher: Unknown
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Author(s): Upton Sinclair
Book Pages: 548 - Publish Date: 1927 - Publisher: Penguin
Description: Follows the relationship of a man from a wealthy California family and his son, as they pursue oil and deal with the manipulations of magnates and speculators, socialists, Hollywood tycoons, and state and national politicians.
Author(s): Upton Sinclair
Book Pages: 320 - Publish Date: 2005-11-01 - Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.
Description: It is not too much to say that today no daily newspaper in any large American city dares to attack the emoluments of the Catholic Church, or to advocate restrictions upon the ecclesiastical machine.-from "Holy History"Few readers have not heard of Upton Sinclair's 1906 book The Jungle, his fictionalized account of Chicago's meatpacking industry, which set in motion dramatic social and governmental...
Book Pages: 335 - Publish Date: 2003 - Publisher: Unknown
Description: The horrifying conditions of the Chicago stockyards are revealed through this narrative of a young immigrant's struggles in America, including five chapters omitted from the original edition.
Author(s): Upton Sinclair
Book Pages: 396 - Publish Date: 1917 - Publisher: Unknown
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Author(s): Upton Sinclair
Book Pages: 272 - Publish Date: 1994-12-16 - Publisher: Univ of California Press
Description: Here, reprinted for the first time since its original publication, is muckraking journalist Upton Sinclair's lively, caustic account of the 1934 election campaign that turned California upside down and almost won him the governor's mansion. Using his "End Poverty in California" movement (more commonly called EPIC) as a springboard, Sinclair ran for governor as a Democrat, equipped with a bold plan...
Author(s): Upton Sinclair
Book Pages: 164 - Publish Date: 2008-07-01 - Publisher: Applewood Books
Description: Upton Sinclair was not only a prolifc and much admired author, but also a follower of Bernarr MacFadden's Physical Culture movement (see his Physical Culture Cook Book, 1901) and a member of the editorial staff of Physical Culture Magazine. Dedicated to MacFadden, this 1911 volume advocates the benefits of systematic fasting in producing long-lasting health benefits.
Author(s): Upton Sinclair
Book Pages: 128 - Publish Date: 1923 - Publisher: Unknown
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Author(s): Upton Sinclair
Book Pages: 332 - Publish Date: 2016-11-11 - Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
Description: First published in 1962, on the suggestion of his readers throughout his expansive writing career, this is the self-penned biography of Upton Sinclair, author of hundreds of novels, plays, homilies, diatribes and pamphlets. Written at the age 83, Sinclair at last allows his loyal readership to glean an in-depth look at the man who discovered the Jungle in Armours Meat Industry at 28, founded a Uto...