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By Upton Sinclair
The Jungle tells the story of Jurgis Rudus, a young Slavic immigrant who emigrates to America full of optimism. That optimism quickly fades as Rudus’ journey descends into the horrors of Chicago’s slaughterhouses where he witnesses barbarous working conditions, crushing poverty, moral degradation, disease, and despair.
“In this fearful story the horrors of industrial slavery are as vividly drawn as if by lightning. It marks an epoch in revolutionary literature.”—Eugene V. Debs
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