An Analysis of The Jungle by Upton Sinclair

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American History

 

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March 12, 2013

 

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Not speaking English places this person at a severe disadvantage when trying to hold even a simple conversation. When trying to attain work, lodging or even food it becomes a grave handicap and an almost impenetrable barrier. Many capitalistic members of American society utilized this handicap to their advantage as a means to swindle and outright steal from the newly arrived immigrants...
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Smooth talking sales people, corrupt politicians, and a legal system that favored the capitalistic establishment all seemed to work together to disenfranchise the immigrant population at every opportunity. Throughout Sinclair's novel we see illustrations of corruption at every level. Examples of these acts include the following: Union men who get people jobs but demand a portion of their wages in return; Politicians that give money to people to literally buy their vote; Managers who take advantage of their female employees because they know they hold a position of power; And real estate agents who write contracts that contain so many loopholes and hidden contingencies that they all but guarantee that the signers will be unable to meet the conditions...
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