In all of his writings, Upton Sinclair attempted to establish what is known about life and truth beyond cliche and self-deception. In this 1922 work of nonfiction, an early entry into the self-help genre, Sinclair advises his modern readers on the best ways to improve their bodies and minds so as to cultivate health, wisdom, and happiness.
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About the Author
Upton Sinclair (1878-1968) is best remembered for The Jungle (1906), his fictionalized exposé of the unsanitary and unfair working conditions that characterized the U.S. meatpacking industry. He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1943. A lifelong progressive, he ran for the governor of California in 1934.