Today in Labor History
Today in labor history, September 20, 1878:  Author Upton Sinclair is born in Baltimore, Maryland.  His novel, “The Jungle,” exposed the deplorable conditions in the nation’s meatpacking industry and contributed to the passage of food safety legislation.

Today in labor history, September 20, 1878:  Author Upton Sinclair is born in Baltimore, Maryland.  His novel, “The Jungle,” exposed the deplorable conditions in the nation’s meatpacking industry and contributed to the passage of food safety legislation.

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