American author, journalist. Born January 12,
1876 in San Francisco, California, most of his books deal with ferocious
realism. His most famous book was The Call of the Wild, 1903. He died
November 22, 1916 in Glen Ellen, California
American author was never the focus of an FBI investigation, but he is mentioned
in FBI files as co-founder of the Inter-Collegiate Socialist Society. This
society was of interest to the FBI because of its views on socialism. - Text
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