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In 1789, his first year as the first president of a young country, George Washington made Thanksgiving a national holiday. This is his proclamation. 

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“We hear much of the chivalry of men towards women; but let me tell you dear reader, it vanishes like dew before the summer sun when one of us comes into competition with the manly sex.” —Martha Coston

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Let’s quickly walk through the history your socialist friends ought to consider.

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Regardless of your major, you need works that draw your soul to the unknown and eternal. 

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Roosevelt was a rower, a Harvard grad, a boat-thief hunter, and a soldier—and those were his modest attributes. 

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