I meet the grandson of Upton Sinclair’s private secretary—and reflect on today’s super-rich: Just like Sinclair’s 1908 book?

I’d written the October 19th post—on The Money Changers, the 1908 Upton Sinclair classic—just before I mentioned it to Ted Gest whom I had recently met. Without knowing of an amazing coincidence, I recommended the book to Ted as a first-rate catalogue of white-collar financial crimes. Sinclair matters to me. His novel The Jungle even […]

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