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The reading of this humanist Holy Book cannot fail to serve the needs of groping, yearning humans who seek to discern truth and justice amid the dazzle and murk of the thought-chaos of the present-day world
Introduction
Jack
London
The Cry for Justice: An Anthology of the Literature of Social Protest
The Writings of Philosophers, Poets, Novelists, Social Reformers, and Others Who Have Voiced the Struggle Against Social Injustice
Selected from Twenty-Five Languages, Covering a Period of Five Thousand Years
 
Edited by Upton Sinclair
 
These 665 annotated entries show American Progressivism at its heyday. Sinclair's bold scope of selection highlights a strain of the human spirit from the Ancients that is undying.
 
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CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record    Editor’s Preface    Introduction by Jack London    Acknowledgments    Epigram
 
PHILADELPHIA: THE JOHN C. WINSTON CO., 1915
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2010
 

I. Toil
II. The Chasm
III. The Outcast
IV. Out of the Depths
V. Revolt
VI. Martyrdom
VII. Jesus
VIII. The Church
IX. The Voice of the Ages
X. Mammon
XI. War
XII. Country
XIII. Children
XIV. Humor
XV. The Poet
XVI. Socialism
XVII. The New Day


 
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