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Biographies of Upton Sinclair

You will not find a more fascinating literary figure in the early 20th century. An actual politician and lobbyist as well as an advocate, Sinclair never intended his fiction to be anything less than revolutionary, and made himself a veritable industry of ideas and policy proposals for the first half of the century.
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