From the book - which will give you an insight to the total content of this political novel. "Also he had a bit of genuine anxiety. He told the truth when he said to Guggy that he didn't know what a 'Red' was but since then he had been making inquires and now he knew. A RED was a fellow who sympathized with labor unions and strikes; who wanted to murder the rich and divide their property and believed the quickest way to do the dividing was by means of dynamite. All REDS made bombs and carried concealed weapons and perhaps secret poisons - who could tell." Be prepared for an enlightening venture of into the world of radical politics as seen thru Upton Sinclair's incredible imagination. Trying to undo the everyman's view. A perspective and view that the ruling class wishes to continue to take into the reality of the working class and the labor movement and those who struggle for economic justice. The is a novel that will not fail the reader who wishes to understand modern propaganda by the shrinking, but still powerful establishment and their lackeys. It all continues to this day but now there are no names, no easily remembered logos, no local following, no telephones that have real people answering - all just meaningless fronts and shell corporations located on some tiny island offshore. And so it goes until the bulkhead of economic justice blows sky high. A Collector's Edition.
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Upton Beall Sinclair Jr. was an American writer who wrote nearly 100 books and other works in several genres. Sinclair's work was well known and popular in the first half of the 20th century, and he won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1943.
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