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Lewis paints humorous scenes of Babbitt foolishly bartering for liquor (illegal at the time because of All of this is juxtaposed against backdrops of Babbitt's incessant materialism and his growing discontent. — “Babbitt (novel) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Babbitt's Soap and Saleratus Manufacturing. Babbitt moved to New York City where he began to manufacture "saleratus" (or sodium bicarbonate, commonly called baking soda). He used a process which he invented, and sold the product in small, convenient and well marked packages. — “Benjamin T. Babbitt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Babbitt was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and was raised in Jackson, Mississippi. Babbitt's father was a mathematician, and it was mathematics that Babbitt intended to study when he entered the University of Pennsylvania in 1931. — “Milton Babbitt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org