Diane talks with Anthony Arthur about his new biography of Upton Sinclair, the writer whose work blurred the line between politics and art, and whose groundbreaking work “The Jungle” was published 100 years ago.

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  • Anthony Arthur Professor emeritus of literature at California State University and the author of four books, including three on 20th century American culture, politics, and history.

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