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- I aimed at the public's heart, and by accident I hit it in the stomach.
- On his novel "The Jungle" (1906)
- The private control of credit is the modern form of slavery.
- I never met a Socialist, or a Socialist cause, that I didn't like.
How are pictures selected?
Some seem quite appropriate but others may be showing editor bias and not Upton Sinclair's intended meaning.