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End Material (Notes)

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Sabrina Blagg

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Fast Food Nation
End Material (Notes)
Erik Schlosser's main intent in the chapter was to give credit to the many people whose writing and research aided him while writing his book Fast Food Nation.
Authors Intent in the Chapter
The authors major assertions/findings are all through out the notes, due to the fact this section goes over the interviews/information Erick Schlosser did over the time of writing his book.
Major Assertions or Findings
Author Bias
This material is relevant because it aids in the authors creditability of the information he provides through out the book.
Relevance of the material
The author doesn't present any bias in the notes, all he does is summarizes some of his interviews and shows his credibility.
Works Cited
A Photo of the book cover. Digital image. Wikipedia. Wikipedia, n.d. Web. 28 Jan. 2015.

Schlosser, Eric. Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2001. Print.
Did the author prove his point?
Yes, Erick Schlosser did prove his point, every interview summary used along with all the information presented in the book proved his point on the dark side of the fast food industry.
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