King Coal - Upton Sinclair

King Coal - Upton Sinclair

Upton Sinclair's first novel about the conditions of miners in America, and documents the strikes of 1914-15 in Colorado.

Similar to The Jungle and its exposing of conditions and corruption in the Meat Packing centre of Chicago. Readers should note that the text does contain some sexism and racism.

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Jun 8 2014 04:04


  • The fundament of this power is not granite, but mines. It lives and breathes in the light, because it has thousands of unfortunates toiling in the darkness. It lives and has its being in proud liberty because thousands are slaving for it, whose thraldom is the price of this liberty.

    George Barnes