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The Jungle by Upton Sinclair Released on Web-e-Books® for Convenient Cross-Platform e-Reading
Chicago Stockyards Are Slaughterhouses for Worker Rights in 1900s
In The Story
Poor immigrants seek opportunity in America but square-off with cruel bosses in pitiless Chicago meat packing plants. In desperate need of work, the unskilled take slave wage jobs to stay alive. Characteristic of period industrial enterprises, the slaughterhouses gut human dignity by bleeding workers for profit - fomenting critiques of capitalism.
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