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Quotation by Clive Bloom
The eating of a MacDonald's meal is like the reading of Reader's Digest—small, easily digested, carefully processed, carefully cut down, abridged. Reader's Digest gives us knowledge that is easily compartmentalized, simplified, ideologically sound.
Clive Bloom, British educator. "MacDonald's Man Meets Reader's Digest," Readings in Popular Culture: Trivial Pursuits?, St. Martin's Press (1990).
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