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Upton Sinclair's The
Jungle Throughout Upton Sinclair's The Jungle, the author
demonstrates the greed of Capitalism and how it gives politicians and
businessmen the ability to exploit the immigrants population.
Sinclair's main purpose in naming the book, The Jungle, is to put the
reader's focus on the heartless politics of Capitalism. If he had named
the book Stockyards or Packingtown, a person's concentration may be
solely on these places. It is evident that Capitalism does not equally
distribute the industries ruling, but rather allows certain groups to
dominate the workers.
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