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I bought this book way back in 2002 when it first came out.
Eric Schlosser's book on the "fast food" business is a shocker. He shows what goes on behind the scenes. Read more
Book the book for myself and then love it so much that I bought it for a friend. Great readPublished 13 months ago by Mario Henry
Even though I'm not a fast food fan and certainly see some interesting/helpful research presented here, I still think this book is a horrible collection of polemic. Read morePublished on June 13 2012 by Mark Nenadov
This book is essential reading if you are involved in any kind of advocacy fight.
Almost all our advocacy fights come down to money; our interests vs. Read more
This book was amazing and I've already recommended it to all my friends. The price is right, and the book is really entertaining. Read morePublished on April 4 2009 by M. Lanigan
We all hear about how fast food is "bad" for you and all that, but never much about the process behind it. Read morePublished on Dec 18 2007 by KidKrush
I will not going into details about why I found this book was worth reading. There are hundred of reviews which all state similar reasons why I found this book was a 'must... Read morePublished on July 27 2007 by K. Heiss
While some have compared it to Upton Sinclair's, The Jungle, Schlosser is more a chronicler of popular culture than a muckraker like Sinclair. Read morePublished on April 21 2007 by David Dent
Compared th Sinclair's THE JUNGLE, FAST FOOD NATION is one disturbing and enlightening book. Schlosser's investigation into the world of fast food is more than just his commentary... Read morePublished on March 23 2007 by Warren P.B.