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The Demise of Restaurant Chains

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Josh Ozersky on the demise of the restaurant chains: "So what happened? There are various theories, ranging from the destructive influence of Yelp to the growing sophistication of the American diner... No, the reason the chains are shrinking is that they were the great commissary of the American middle class, and the middle class is itself a besieged and crippled entity." [Time via -EN-]

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