Letter from Upton Sinclair

Picture of Upton Sinclair

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Title

Letter from Upton Sinclair

Subject

Labor, Politics, and Journalism

Description

Dodge’s role as an organizer is illustrated in the huge quantity and diversity of correspondence she sent and received. In the key projects she worked on, like the Armory Show or the Paterson Pageant, Dodge tends to take on the role of the point person. Her correspondence here with Upton Sinclair illustrates that despite Sinclair being a more predominant figure of the labor movement, Dodge is the one who is linking him to other organizers. Dodge serves as a hub for the project as whole, which is vital to the successful orchestration of a demonstration.

Creator

Upton Sinclair

Source

Intimate Memories

Publisher

New Mexico University Press

Date

Published 1999, Written ca. 1915

Contributor

Lois Rudnick

Format

Written memoir

Language

English

Type

Correspondence

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Text

“Dear Comrade
—Come to the Call office this afternoon or Rand School. Get others! In haste,
Sinclair”

Original Format

Written Letter