Eating turkey instead of talking turkey

Passport  is taking a break over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend (though there may be a few sporadic posts from far-flung locales). We’ll be back in full force on Monday, Nov. 27, surely several pounds heavier. Happy Thanksgiving.

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Passport
 is taking a break over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend (though there may be a few sporadic posts from far-flung locales). We'll be back in full force on Monday, Nov. 27, surely several pounds heavier. Happy Thanksgiving.


Passport
 is taking a break over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend (though there may be a few sporadic posts from far-flung locales). We’ll be back in full force on Monday, Nov. 27, surely several pounds heavier. Happy Thanksgiving.

Carolyn O'Hara is a senior editor at Foreign Policy.
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