The Amy Vanderbilt complete book of etiquette: a guide to contemporary living

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Doubleday, Sep 6, 1978 - Reference - 879 pages
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Contents

THE IMPORTANCE OF FAMILY AND HOME
1
2U Manners in the Family
17
The Teenager and Young Adult
37
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Letitia Baldrige's books on manners have sold over two million copies; her previous guide to executive manners sold over half a million copies worldwide and has had sixteen printings. This is her thirteenth book. In her diplomatic career she served in the American embassies in Paris and Rome; in the White House she was Jacqueline Kennedy's chief of staff. She has served as a marketing consultant to many major international corporations and holds three corporate directorships. She produces management training seminars on business behavior for major American companies and professional institutions and writes a weekly syndicated newspaper column and a monthly national magazine column. She is a regular on major network TV programs. Letitia Baldrige and her family live in Washington, D.C.

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