Fast Food Nation is a book about the fast food industry in the United States. The first section of the book discusses the history of fast food since World War II, when automobiles and highways became widespread and fast food franchises began to replace small private diners. The second section of the book addresses the health hazards of fast food, its chemical additives, its infected meat, its child-targeted marketing strategies and propaganda, and its dangerous low-pay jobs.
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