The Dark Side of the All-American Meal is a book by investigative journalist Eric Schlosser that examines the local and global influence of the United States fast food industry. First serialized by Rolling Stone in , the book has drawn comparisons to Upton Sinclair 's classic muckraking novel The Jungle The book was adapted into a film of the same name , directed by Richard Linklater. Summary The book is divided into two sections: Fast Food Nation opens with discussion of Carl N.
Karcher and the McDonalds 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 as well as each man's rise to fame.
This chapter also considers 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: This page contains text from Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia - https: Nudity in film may be sexual or non-sexual. Love scenes, erotic or not, have been presented in films since the silent era of cinematography.
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