Thanksgiving Wasn't Always a Source of National Unity.
Thanks, For What? (Antle, Codevilla, Alt, Stuart, and Wolfe)
Jim Antle on how Thanksgiving remains, Angelo Codevilla on the Judeo-Christianity still discernible in the American soul, Kevin Stuart on the American Civil Religion, Robert Alt on the oppression we have thus far avoided, and Christopher Wolfe listing some basic freedoms we ought not take for granted.
Jim Antle on how Thanksgiving remains one of our few unifying traditions.
Angelo Codevilla on the deep sources of our thanks.
Robert Alt on the oppression we have thus far avoided.
Kevin Stuart on an unabashed Thanksgiving as American civil religion.
Christopher Wolfe on the freedoms we yet possess.
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Allen Guelzo, Richard Brookhiser, Joseph Bottum, and Justin Dyer on the thought and action of Lincoln's Thanksgiving and his wrestling with God.