Fast Food Nation Quotes by Eric Schlosser
Rachel Reads & Reviews: Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser
What is fast food nation primarily about according to schlossers introduction?
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First serialized by Rolling Stone  in , the book has drawn comparisons to Upton Sinclair 's muckraking novel The Jungle. Rolling Stone asked Schlosser to write an article looking at America through fast food in after reading his article on migrants in Atlantic Monthly. Karcher and the McDonald brothers , examining their roles as pioneers of the fast-food industry in southern California. This discussion is followed by an examination of Ray Kroc and Walt Disney 's complicated relationship before ending with the consideration of the intricate, profitable methods of advertising to children. Next, Schlosser visits Colorado Springs, CO and investigates the life and working conditions of the typical fast-food industry employee, learning how fast-food restaurants pay minimum wage to a higher proportion of their employees than any other American industry.
Please enter the email address that you use to login to TeenInk. Schlosser sets up his argument by researching the many topics discussed throughout his book. One way he fulfills his argument is by visiting cities like Colorado Springs and Pueblo, CO to do studies on the life and working conditions of typical fast food industry employees. This gives his argument more credibility and supports his fight against the fast food industry. The main idea of his work is to prove to Americans that fast food is by far the worst thing to eat and the main cause of sickness and obesity. Schlosser goes into detail about the production of meat, what is in it, and how dangerous it is to prove to American the risk of eating at fast food restaurants. Once reading over the novel, one quote that stands out the most to me would be when Schlosser's states that 'The Golden Arches are now more widely recognized than the Christian cross.