Excerpt from The Brass Check: A Study of American JournalismHe had rich relatives who were fond of him, so that he was free to escape from poverty into luxury; he had the opportunity to rise quickly in the world, if he would go into business, and devote his attention thereto. But would he find in business the ideals which he craved? He talked with business men, also he got the ﬂavor of business fr...
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Upton Sinclair wrote over 80 books, but because of his reputation as a "radical" the press of the time - and the educational system today - only tells you about one of them "The Jungle." Sinclair believed "The Brass Check" was his equal in importance...
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