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Letters to the President: #704 'How America inspired 'A Christmas Carol"

Tom Foreman | BIO
AC360° Correspondent

Reporter's Note: President Obama continues to enjoy his Hawaii Christmas. I continue to write my daily letters to him.

Dear Mr. President,

You may know from my past letters how much I love A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. (As opposed to A Christmas Carol by Kenny Dickens, which is not nearly as well known…ha!) Many people who have read even a casual history of the tale, know that Dickens was in something of a fix at the time, facing debt, a large family, and needing a new “hit” to add to his literary legacy. He was also intent on sending a specific message, a call for caring for the poor and poor children in particular.

What many may not know is how important America was in shaping Dickens’ timeless tale.
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