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A Thanksgiving freebie from Mother Jones

Friend,

At the risk of sounding trite, I want to take a quick moment to say happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Mother Jones.

I'm feeling incredibly thankful today—because of the season, but also because of the amazing things that people like you who read and support Mother Jones have done. This year, you rallied behind us as we fought a lawsuit from a billionaire. You had our back when Bill O'Reilly attacked us for exposing his deception about his wartime reporting. And you were there for us time and again, allowing us to take risks and go after difficult, dangerous, and necessary stories.

I'm grateful for the millions of Mother Jones readers, subscribers, and donors—and the truth is, on Thanksgiving and every day, we couldn't do any of what we do without support from readers like you.

As a small gesture of appreciation, I'd like to send you a free copy of our award-winning magazine—no strings attached. For a limited time, you can access a complimentary digital edition of the most recent issue: www.motherjones.com/thankyou.

I hope you'll put it to use. Because it seems that on Thanksgiving, politics almost always comes up—and we all have a family member whose opinions are as strongly held as they are fact-free. And maybe, just maybe, you can use our gift to give someone else a little more information to chew on today, and we'd all be grateful for that.

But if you prefer to keep today's conversations focused on Thanksgiving, here are some stories to help steer the conversation back. We've got know-it-all Thanksgiving facts to share (spoiler: Big Bird's costume is made from 4,000 turkey feathers), a diary from one of our editors who spent six months raising her Thanksgiving turkeys back in 2011, and even a piece about how climate change will affect the holiday's staples.

No matter how you celebrate or what you talk about today, I hope you have a happy Thanksgiving and much to be thankful for.

Thanks again for being a part of the Mother Jones community,

Monika Bauerlein HeadshotMonika Bauerlein
Monika Bauerlein, CEO
Mother Jones


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