With the help of writers and journalists such as Upton Sinclair, the working conditions of the immigrants attracted the attention of the authorities. This was because they did not only result in danger to the health of the workers but also to those of the consumers. The Meat Inspection Act was introduced which apart from targeting the quality of meat from the industries, it also helped in the improvement of the working conditions of the immigrants. Part D Admittedly, there is much to learn from the book, such as the effects of corruption and other social injustices such as discrimination. The book shows corruption results in the division of the society that causes hatred and suffering. It also slows down development as there is no equal distribution of resources which is key to ensuring a community achieves its goals. Conclusion The book serves a great historical role which will always remind all Americans of the impacts of discrimination and its impacts on the society. It will always show the importance of establishing laws and policies that consider every member of the society and their needs. The book made history through its ability to describe the condition of a society and attract attention from the public and authorizes to mitigate the vises and bring change. It shows the power of artwork in changing a community for the best.
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