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That's the question dominating the second half of this week's Reason Roundtable. The first 30 minutes are all about this year's COVID-tainted Thanksgiving—recipes, serving strategies, tips for sidestepping political conversations, and grisly family traditions (including a "Cranberry Man" you cannot unhear). We also describe what we're thankful for, in a very on-brand way.
Speaking of which: Got questions for Roundtable podcasters Nick Gillespie, Peter Suderman, Matt Welch, and Katherine Mangu-Ward? Please email them to email@example.com before December 1, and we will tackle them during our annual Webathon, which begins at the end of this month. You'll be glad you did!
Audio production by Ian Keyser and Regan Taylor.
Music "Pizzi Waltz" by Kadir Demir.
Relevant links from the show:
"Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) Statement on Court Ruling in Trump v. Boockvar Is Worth Reading," by Jonathan H. Adler
"Perils of Trump's Conspiracy-Mongering About the Election," by Ilya Somin
"Can We Please Be Done with This Already?" by Sasha Volokh
"Voters Wisely Chose Divided Federal Government," by Steven Greenhut
"The Voters Eschewed Extremism on Election Day," by Veronique de Rugy
"New York's COVID-19 Microcluster Whac-A-Mole Game," by Josh Blackman
"More Cops Say They Won't Enforce Coronavirus Curfews," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown
"Another Wave of Business Closures Devastates the Suffering Restaurant Industry," by Christian Britschgi
"Coronavirus Curfews Are Trending Again, Despite Total Lack of Evidence They Help," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown
"Why Libertarians Should Want More Trust in Government," by Nick Gillespie