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Thanksgiving at the Heart of the American Experience

Melanie Kirkpatrick

What does the Thanksgiving holiday say about the American character? As Christianity retreats in the public square, are we in danger of losing an authentic sense of gratitude? And can Thanksgiving become a holiday that once again unites Americans in this divided political age? Author Melanie Kirkpatrick joins the BreakPoint Podcast to discuss her book, “Thanksgiving: The Holiday at the Heart of the American Experience.”

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