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Thursday, 27 December 2012
Modern Christmas appears to be becoming ever more of a mélange of different cultural traditions. According to the Economist, American Jews are adopting Christmas In there own ways. Muslim families have long eaten turkey at Christmas, and I have noticed that the British Christmas appears to be becoming ever more Americanised. Well before the day this year, I saw cranberry sauce on sale everywhere. For much longer "Santa Claus" has been easing out the English "Father Christmas". I suppose this has been going on for centuries, not least with the many different roles Christmas trees have played down the years.