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Nov 25, 2019

In today's flagship Lions of Liberty podcast, Marc welcomes back history professor and the host of the Dangerous History podcast CJ Kilmer, to take a little bit of a "dangerous" look at Thanksgiving. CJ dissects the truth and myths of the common Thanksgiving narrative, from what the Pilgrims were really all about to the much-fabled Squanto to the very first Thanksgiving. They then take a look at the lesser known colony of Merry Mount and how they were nearly polar opposites to the Pilgrims in their approach to well...everything. Start your Thanksgiving week with this ROARING foray into the Dangerous History of Thanksgiving. 

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