With more than 28,000 restaurants in 119 countries, McDonalds' golden arches are recognized in almost all corners of the world. In its 50 years, the hamburger chain has changed the way we eat out, and revolutionized marketing. We talk about McDonald's and American culture.
Bruce Kraig, food historian at Roosevelt University in Chicago
James L. Watson, professor of anthropology at Harvard University; editor, Golden Arches East: McDonald's in East Asia
George Cohon, founder of McDonald's in Russia and McDonald's in Canada