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Pasadena: Part of Upton Sinclair’s ‘EPIC’ Battleground (Part 2 of 2)

Pasadena: Part of Upton Sinclair’s ‘EPIC’ Battleground (Part 2 of 2)
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When author Upton Sinclair swept the California gubernatorial primaries in August 1934, he achieved a phenomenal feat. Until then, Democrats in California had been a marginal presence, but Sinclair’s End Poverty in California (EPIC) campaign “brought a Democratic party into existence,” as Baltimore Sun reporter Carey McWilliams recalled in 1982, and was “the acorn from which evolved […]

Pasadena: Part of Upton Sinclair’s ‘EPIC’ Battleground (Part 1 of 2)

Pasadena: Part of Upton Sinclair’s ‘EPIC’ Battleground (Part 1 of 2)

Early in October 1934, the California Real Estate Association was holding its annual convention at the Biltmore Hotel in Santa Barbara. “California Straight Ahead” was the theme of the three-day event, whose honorary guests included Harry H. Culver, founder of Culver City, Nevada governor Morley Griswold, and California governor Frank Merriam. The 1934 convention was […]

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