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What they have often tended to forget is that the "Wizard of Wales" first entered Parliament as the professed enemy of "landlordism," and that it was his hope to use his office to redistribute the national wealth by taxing wealthy landlords in order "to wage implacable warfare against poverty and squalidness.
While an author can't dig up dirt on a self-professed dirty old man, Howard Sounces's biography of Charles Bukowski, like the old man himself, has an objectivity that makes squalidness fascinating.