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George Washington's Rules of Civility

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George Washington, Lewis Glaser, George Washington's Rules of Civility, Charlottesville, Va., Lewis Glaser, 1957. Stapled blue and white paper covers, 8vo ( 21 cm), 64 unnumbered pp.

Taken from 16-year-old Washington's copybook, many of the rules from Francis Hawkins' book, these social rules span from common sense and humorous – such as not spitting on people while talking – to reminders of the contemparay caste system of society, using the labels of "betters" and "inferiors."

Very Good: light bumping and scuffing, no markings.

SKU 4675