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Argument: Merry Christmas is acceptable in multi-cultural society

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Leslie Scrivener. "The case for Merry Christmas." December 24, 2002: "Being greeted with Merry Christmas doesn't distress Ph.D. student Cheshmak Farhoumand-Sims, who is Baha'i, either. 'I'm not offended when someone says `Merry Christmas.' I say `Merry Christmas' back. I just recognize we're living in a multicultural society that's predominately Christian.'"

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