Literature Critical of Capitalism

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Capitalism is criticized in a great deal of literature. This isn't necessarily opposition to ANY capitalism, but rather a call to limiting its harms.

Much of the work of Charles Dickens is famously critical of the conditions brought about by capitalism .

Upton Sinclair's "[The Jungle The Jungle]" is his most famous work, and resulted in the Pure Food and Drug Act.

The "Threepenny Novel" by Bertolt Brecht illustrates the relationship between capitalism and amoral violence.


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