Why is Thanksgiving Always on Thursday?

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Thanksgiving is always on the fourth Thursday of every month. The reason for this tradition is because the Mayflower Compact was signed on the fourth Thursday of November!
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The date for the Thanksgiving holiday was officially set by President Franklin D. Roosevelt as the fourth Thursday in November in 1941.
Before this, the date had been unoficially set by Abraham Lincoln as the last Thursday in November, but Roosevelt changed it to the fourth Thursday to allow for more shopping days between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
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