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The Jungle Book Kindle Edition
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|Kindle, January 27, 2013||
|Length: 103 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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I could not help comparing the travails of the Lithuanian family in this book struggling in Chicago to the poor Mexican laborers in our San Joaquin Valley farms who live even today under slightly better conditions than slavery to put produce within our reach. American capitalism hasn't changed in over 100 years to any appreciable degree. Yesterday it was the African American, Irish, the Italian and east Europeans and now it is the Mexican, Guatemalan and Salvadoran slaves working for us. When will American industry learn to be fair and considerate with its own people ? Read up about Egypt of the pharaohs. That is a clear 4500 years ago when the Egyptian farmer-laborers built the great pyramids. The nobility of this colossal work out of a few laborers not with whips and deprivation but with care and consideration. Is America less civilized now than man thousands of years ago ? I thank Upton Sinclair who wrote this book.