Don’t want to discuss presidential politics with relatives over dinner this Thanksgiving? Your friends at the National Institute for Civil Discourse have some recommendations for talking about other things, or to find ways to have a civilized conversation at the table. In this picture, the president pardons a turkey named Drumstick in the White House Rose Garden on Tuesday.
Don’t want to discuss presidential politics with relatives over dinner this Thanksgiving? Your friends at the National Institute for Civil Discourse have some recommendations for talking about other things, or to find ways to have a civilized conversation at the table. In this picture, the president pardons a turkey named Drumstick in the White House Rose Garden on Tuesday. Evan Vucci AP
Don’t want to discuss presidential politics with relatives over dinner this Thanksgiving? Your friends at the National Institute for Civil Discourse have some recommendations for talking about other things, or to find ways to have a civilized conversation at the table. In this picture, the president pardons a turkey named Drumstick in the White House Rose Garden on Tuesday. Evan Vucci AP

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