Upton Sinclair, ed. (18781968).
The Cry for Justice: An Anthology of the Literature of Social Protest. 1915.
|Why the Socialist Party Is Growing|
(Dedicated to the School of Journalism)
By Franklin P. Adams
(Contemporary American humorist)
|A STORY, the reporter said, about commercial crime.|
| A merchants been convicted of selling phony stuff.|
|The sentence is a thousand meg and seven years of time|
| A hundred words, the city Ed. replied, will be enough.|
|A story, the reporter said, about a crimson dame|| 5|
| Just landed from the steamer, wearing slippers that are red.|
|She used to be the Dearest Friend of Emperor Wotsisname|
| Three columns and a layout! cried the eager city Ed.|