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Persuasive Essay Summary of Fast Food Nation

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Fast Food Nation Persuasive Essay
“Have it your way”, A slogan that I saw one Friday afternoon. I was relaxing, watching television one day when I saw that commercial of one fast food company named Jack in the Box. Upon watching the commercial and knowing all the truths behind these fast food companies, I questioned couple of things that they advertise. After reading the book Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser, I became fully aware that Jack and the Box and any other fast food chains are merely business owners and what do they really have it the consumers way is really a bold and brainwashing statement, but behind what they really wanted is to have it their way – its business and its first agenda is to earn money. I am not surprised. One of my closest friends even called McDonalds her place of nourishment. She said that eating fast food is better than an empty stomach. I say it is true but there is more to eating fast food than just the unhealthy aspect of it. The book Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser opened and widens my eyes towards a complete turnaround concept on fast foods. It is an analytical book that offers a broad revelation and critiquing of fast food industries. He voices his concern about where the fast food industry is taking the American culture. With all this disgusting information that he gave us in his book, he is calling us to do one thing: stop buying fast food. He closes the book by saying that we can have it our way. We are the consumers and we have the right to what we buy. He is saying that if we do not buy from them, they will make their product better if we demand from them. He suggested this thing after revealing these facts in his book which is why he suggests that we stop eating fast food. Do you know that whenever you buy fast food, you indirectly tolerate anomalies, discrimination and many other bad things that go along within this industry and that you keep these things going on by patronizing their...

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