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fuel. Things don’t have to be the way they are. Despite all evidence to the contrary, I remain optimistic. photo credits
INTRODUCTION : Cheyenne Mountain. © 2000 by Greg Skinner.
CHAPTER 1: Carl Karcher holding his daughter Anne Marie beside his first hot dog stand, 1942. Courtesy of CKE, Inc.
CHAPTER 2: Ronald McDonald in the classroom. © 1989 by Evan Johnson/Impact Visuals.
CHAPTER 3: Working at Wendy’s. © 2000 by Skylar Nielsen.
CHAPTER 4: Signs at night. © 2000 by Skylar Nielsen.
CHAPTER 5: J. R. Simplot. © 1995 by Louis Psihoyos/Matrix.
CHAPTER 6: Cattle in eastern Colorado. © 2000 by Rob Buchanan.
CHAPTER 7: Welcome to Greeley. © 2000 by Eugene Richards.
CHAPTER 8: Injured ConAgra Beef worker and his family. © 2000 by Eugene Richards.
CHAPTER 9: Alex Donley. Courtesy of Nancy Donley.
CHAPTER 10: A Vogtland cowboy. © 1999 by Franziska Heinze.
EPILOGUE: Fast food nation. © 2000 by Mark Mann. notes
Although I did a great deal of firsthand reporting and...
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