Fast Food Nation

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Unformatted text preview: chlosser’s book as just another anti-McDonald’s diatribe. It is deeper and broader than that’ London Review of Books ‘A frightening investigation into America’s fast food industry’ Independent ‘Compelling… F ast Food Nation will not only make you think twice before eating your next hamburger… it will also make you think about the fallout that the fast food industry has had on America’s social and cultural landscape’ The New York Times ‘Our fast food executives are in for some sleepless nights’ F ood Magazine ‘Makes for very unsettling reading. A brilliant, access-all-areas dissection of the McDonaldization of society’ M etro London ‘His eye is sharp, his profiles perceptive, his prose thoughtful but spare. This is John McPhee behind the counter’ Washington Post ‘A damning critique of the junk-food business’ Vogue ‘Fast Food Nation is witness to the rigour and seriousness of the best American journalism, readable, reliable and extremely carefully done’ Daily Telegraph ‘Skilful and persuasive’ Economist ‘If the idea of a three-storey, illuminated Ronald McDonald strikes you as a blight on th...
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