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Fast Food : Roadside Restaurants in the Automobile Age (The Road and American Culture)
by John A. Jakle, Keith A. Sculle
Hardcover - 440 pages (October 1999)
Johns Hopkins Univ Pr
Dimensions (in inches): 1.48 x 10.28 x 7.38
The New York Times Book Review, Karal Ann Marling
...[a] meticulously detailed study.... Fast Food has enough incident, comedy and tragedy for any two novels.
The publisher, Johns Hopkins University Press , November 9, 1999
AN EYE-OPENING HISTORY OF FAST FOOD IN AMERICA
In two previous books, "The Gas Station in America" and "The Motel in America," authors John Jakle and Keith Sculle have explored the businesses which help keep travelers moving along America's highways by providing fuel for their vehicles and places to stop for the night. Now, in "Fast Food: Roadside Restaurants in the Automobile Age," Jakle and Sculle turn to the hamburger joints, fried chicken stands, and donut shops that have served "billions and...
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