Document for March 10th:
Letter from Upton Sinclair to President Theodore Roosevelt, 03/10/1906
In this letter to President Roosevelt, Sinclair supported the presence of federal inspectors in the meat-packing houses. He advised that inspectors should come disguised as workingmen to discover the true conditions, as Sinclair did when he researched his book "The Jungle."
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