Fast Food Nation

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Unformatted text preview: Competition Policy in America, 1888–1992: History, Rhetoric, Law (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996), p. 15. “veggie libel laws” backed by agribusiness: See Ann Hawk, “Veggie Disparagement: Laws in 13 States Prompt Fears Activists and Journalists Will Be Stifled,” The Quill, September 1998; Ronald K. L. Collins and Paul McMasters, “Veggie Libel Laws Still Out to Muzzle Free Speech,” Texas Lawyer, March 30, 1998. 267 “Grow or die”: Quoted in Richard Gibson, “Beef Stakes: How Bill Foley Built a Fast Food Empire on Ailing Also-Rans,” Wall Street Journal, December 2, 1998. 268 environmentalists criticized the chain: For the story behind the “greening” of Mc-Donald’s, see Sharon M. Livesey, “McDonald’s and the Environmental Defense Fund: A Case Study of a Green Alliance,” Journal of Business Communications, January 1999. 269 it continues to use them overseas: See “An Incoherent Policy,” South China Morning Post, May 15, 1995; Jo Bowman, “Little Relish to Scrap Bu...
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