Digging Up Dirt: The Muckrakers

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The Muckrakers were the writers and photographers who exposed the uglier side of American life, such as the disgusting and dangerous conditions that existed in Chicagos stockyards, or the awful way patients were treated in insane asylums. They exposed the fact that young children were working in dangerous coal mines and factories. What were patent medicines and why were they a real problem? What happened in Tammany Hall? And what horrifying practice did Ida B. Wells-Barnett write about? Find out all this and more! Each book ...

Digging Up Dirt: The Muckrakers 2008, Raintree, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9781410931269

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Digging Up Dirt: The Muckrakers 2008, Raintree, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9781410931177

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