Rules of civility: the 110 precepts that guided our first president in war and peace

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University of Virginia Press, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 90 pages
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As a young man, Washington copied down 110 rules for civil behavior he admired from a Jesuit textbook. These are those rules, presented and interpreted by Brookhiser for the turbulent modern world. 18 illustrations.

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Really shows you how much this man thought of people. Why wonder why he's the best president ever

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Interesting depiction of life in New York City during the 1930's. There are social divisions but the lines do get crossed. Main character, Katey, is strong. At first didn't see the love interest ... Read full review

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