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Adamy, Janet, and Richard Gibson. “Flak over ‘Fast Food Nation.’” Wall Street Journal [New York] 18 May 2006, Eastern ed.: B1-B4. ProQuest Research Library. ProQuest. St. Bonaventure U. 27 July 2007.
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The article reports that the fast food industry is preparing for a public relations war upon the release of the movie “Fast Food Nation” and the book “Chew on This: Everything You Don’t Want to Know about Fast Food.” Among the industry’s targets is the author and screenwriter Eric Schlosser. Lobbying and trade groups from the fast food, dairy and beef industries have created the Best Food Nation website to defend the American food industry.

 

Hill, Valerie. “Don’t Let Us Become a Fast Food Nation.” Daily Post [Liverpool, UK] 11 May 2007, Mersey ed.: 12. ProQuest Research Library. ProQuest. St. Bonaventure U. 27 July 2007.
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 The article provides an overview of the book on practices in the fast food industry.

 

Kinsella, Bridget. “Food for Thought in a Happy Meal.” Publishers Weekly 15 Jan. 2001: 20-22. Academic Search Premier. EBSCO. St. Bonaventure U. 27 July 2007.
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Focuses on the book `Fast Food Nation,’ by Eric Schlosser. Arguments presented in the book about the wrong practices of the American society; Career background of Schlosser; Impact of the attention given by the mass media on the projected sales outcome of the book.

 

Philpott, Tom. “America’s New Hunger.” Mother Earth News Apr.-May 2007: 26-27. Academic Search Premier. EBSCO. St. Bonaventure U. 27 July 2007.
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The article reviews several books about food including “Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal,” by Eric Schlosser, “The Omnivore’s Dilemma,” by Michael Pollan, and “The Way We Eat: Why Our Food Choices Matter,” by Peter Singer and Jim Mason.

 

Schlosser, Eric. “Fast Food Nation.” Literary Cavalcade Oct. 2003: 6-14. Academic Search Premier. EBSCO. St. Bonaventure U. 27 July 2007.
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 Presents an excerpt from the book “Fast Food Nation,” by Eric Schlosser

 

Severson, Kim. “Food Alarm Is Supersized.” New York Times 10 May 2006: F2-F8. LexisNexis Academic. LexisNexis. St. Bonaventure U. 27 July 2007.
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The article focuses on Eric Schlosser, author of the 2001 book “Fast Food Nation.” The author reviews how the book discussed the connections between the rise of fast-food culture and various social ills, including the brutality of slaughterhouses and control of the fast food industry over what America’s children eat. Schlosser’s new book, “Chew on This: Everything You Don’t Want to Know about Fast Food,” is discussed.

 

Smith, Alison. “Farewell, Mister Chips.” The Herald [Glasgow] 24 May 2003: 6. LexisNexis Academic. LexisNexis. St. Bonaventure U. 27 July 2007.
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 Fast food chains have caught on to our desire for healthier meals. But is this enough to reverse their fortunes, ask Alison Smith?

 

Smith, Jeremy. “Fast Food Nation.” Ecologist 37.5 (May 2007): 64-65. Academic Search Premier. EBSCO. St. Bonaventure U. 27 July 2007.
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The article presents an interview with author/‌scriptwriter Eric Schlosser and director Richard Linklater of the film “Fast Food Nation.” Schlosser says that he spent about 18 months working with various documentary filmmakers, trying to get a documentary made based on the book. He adds that the idea of doing it as a feature film, and a fictional film came from Jeremy Thomas, a British producer. Linklater notes that films maybe do not lead the charge, but they reflect what is happening.

 

Stranske, Marilyn. “Choose Your Poison: A Review of Fast Food Nation.” Social Policy 32.3 (Spring 2002): 26-32. Academic Search Premier. EBSCO. St. Bonaventure U. 27 July 2007.
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This article discusses the book “Fast Food Nation.”