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Unfortunately, the last month has changed the sacrifices we must make to try to avoid the coronavirus.
WHY EVEN A SMALL THANKSGIVING IS DANGEROUSMAGGIE KOERTH (MAGGIE.KOERTH-BAKER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)NOVEMBER 20, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
To express national gratitude requires rewarding national service as part of the social contract in exchange for sacrifice.
I know they’re itching to go see people, just like regular students, but you’ve got to make sacrifices in order to do what you want to do.
They don’t want to be watched over or babysat or told what to do, and I can understand that, but I’d like to believe we’re still capable of making a communal sacrifice.
There are still some solid options if you need to save cash, but you’ll more than likely find yourself making a couple of sacrifices.
Halloween marks the beginning of a holiday season that will require sacrifice as the coronavirus pandemic drags on.
A tenuous, chaotic baseball season played amid a global pandemic was able to glide toward its finish line this week thanks in the large part to the sacrifices and adaptations of its participants.
In the moment Wednesday morning, Turner decided he couldn’t — or wouldn’t — lessen the risk for everyone else or model such sacrifice to a national audience.
The vice president said the American people showed they were willing to make sacrifices over the past eight months but qualified that “the reality is, the work of the president of the United States goes on.”
VICE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE: HIGHLIGHTS AND FACT-CHECKSCOLBY ITKOWITZ, ANNE GEARAN, MATT VISER, FELICIA SONMEZ, JOHN WAGNEROCTOBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Whistleblowing is typically a thankless act of sacrifice, Magness understood.

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