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powerful and litigious corporations, who let me follow the story wherever it led, from the strip malls of Colorado to the back roads of
Saxony. In an age of media concentration and timidity, he is an oddly old-fashioned figure: an independent, outspoken editor and publisher
who truly supports investigative journalism. Bob Love recruited me for this assignment, backed me all the way, and made writing for the
magazine a pleasure. Will Dana came up with the initial idea, supplying the title and the underlying aim: view America through its fast food.
He proved to be a wonderful editor and friend.
Eamon Dolan is another old-fashioned, quickly vanishing American type: a book editor who edits. He helped me expand the work without
losing its focus, spared me embarrassment by urging the removal of certain material, made me seem more intelligent by suggesting the
inclusion of other material. His ideas ranged from the broadly thematic to the seemingly trivial, yet revealing, and now grace the book
without attribution. He read every word...
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2014 for the course MGMT 120 taught by Professor Litt during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.
- Spring '08