Which sentence best expresses Jack London’s point of view in his essay “The Human Drift”?
Nations wage wars to outdo each other in the race to become the most powerful.
Hunger is the primary motive that drives humans to wander to greener pastures.
The fear of death is the greatest of all human fears.
All men wish to achieve immortality in some way.
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It would have been better if you'd asked me whether or not I've Even read Jack's essay. Because then I would've kindly and respectfully responded that I have not read any of Jack's work thus I am In no position to help you atm sorry to say. I'm not currently studying English nor do I plan to in the immediate or distant future.