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C.J. Gorrell ENGL101 To Josh Asper, My response to David Zinczenco’s claim on fast food company’s being the cause of American obesity, is that he has not looked far enough into the issue. I feel that the American society demanded the increase in fast food production. It is only natural for society to want a simpler faster way to get food, but it was still our choice.
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Unformatted text preview: While forcing the fast food companies to change their ways would probably fix the problem, I feel that it is not there problem to fix. It is the lazy American that wants someone to fix his or her own problems for him or her. This is my analysis on the problem, it is not clear how you feel about the subject, but I feel that you agree to the writer’s claim....
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