The Ten Things for Which Robert Reich Is Most and Least Thankful
I am re-posting Robert Reich’s Thanksgiving message because I largely agree with it.
In a period in which partisanship requires almost absolute conformity to the “party line,” even when there is actually still no consensus on where or what that line should be, the adverb “largely” seems to have become a largely abandoned modifier.
Yet, especially as I prepare to sit down to our Thanksgiving meal, all forms of the word “large” seem to be apposite.
(I have been prepping for the big meal for about six hours. I adhere to the theory that you need to have a series of small “meals” to rev up your metabolism ahead of the “big meal.” But, when I shared this theory with my wife after she expressed concern that I might be “ruining” my appetite, her response was very un-holiday-like.)
On this Thanksgiving, here are the 10 things I’m most grateful for:
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