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Sinclair, Upton

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishSinclair, UptonUpton SinclairSinclair, Up‧ton /ˈʌptən/  (1878–1968) a US writer best known for The Jungle, a novel about the meat-packing industry in Chicago, which showed that the workers were badly treated and the food was not clean and was likely to cause disease
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