The Jungle, Upton Sinclair, describe hardships endured by Jurgis and the causes behind them
Upton Sinclair wrote The Jungle in response to Andrew Carnegie's claim that "while capitalism may be hard for the individual it is best for the race because it insures survival of the fittest." Sinclair's Jurgis Rudkus is clearly a man equipped to survive in a world based on social Darwinism, yet by the end of Chapter 16 Jurgis appears beaten. How do you explain Jurgis' failure to succeed in America? Address economic, social and political concerns. Support your argument with quotations from the book and concrete historical fact.
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