The dust settled and mangled rubble lay quiet. All that remains are the people who survived the war, the people who made it to vault 101 in time. They emerge slowly; the only thing to greet their eyes is the gray remnants of what used to be Washington DC. They speak not a word they can only glazed in horrors of what they see. They eventually form a search party to find more people, the fail. They count the members and there are but 200 heads in the group. They go through the supplies and they find they have all the tools to rebuild society. They have schematics for buildings and cars, plane and even the in depths details of how the United States government works. However the only book they have is fast food nation, a book that a humble college student was reading for English class. The elders of the group read this book and decide that the subject of fast food should be called upon. The bickered back and forth, three days of constant arguing until a compromised was reached. The elders finally came to a compromise when they decided that fast food would be allowed almost like it was before the Great War, fast food would be allowed to the public but not be allowed into schools.
Concerning schools the elders thought it wise to not allow any form of advertising towards children. They felt that children will be exposed to society enough and that they need not the constant bombardment from school as, well. They went to the only peace of surviving literature and found that Schlosser made a great point. Schlosser pointed out that public schools are part of the government. Government isn’t allowed to persuade anyone by
endorsing a company. Allowing fast food companies into schools it is a clear braking of this law. The companies are in a way endorsed by the government and this in turn persuades the children and parents to buy one product over another. Besides the obvious breaking of the law, they...