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Unformatted text preview: nfavorable review. “The real McDonald’s bears no resemblance to anything
described in [Schlosser’s] book,” said a company statement. “He’s wrong about our people, wrong about our jobs, and wrong about our
food.” Contrary to what McDonald’s executives may believe, a sincere passion for accuracy led me to document every assertion in this book.
Although Fast Food Nation has been strongly attacked, thus far its critics have failed to cite any errors in the text. Spokesmen for the
meatpacking industry and the fast food industry have shied away from specifics, offering general denouncements of my work and leaving it at
that. I am grateful to those readers who’ve taken the time to inform me about typos, misspellings, and other small mistakes. Mike Callicrate
— an iconoclastic feedlot owner in Kansas who would make a fine copy editor — pointed out that I’d miscalculated some cattle manure
statistics. The error has been corrected.
There is one criticism of Fast Food Nation that needs to...
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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.
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