George Washington's Rules of Civility & Decent Behavior



Civility and decency-profound and sound principles to live by, then and now.  Inspired by rules originally composed in 1595, George Washington set forth 110 rules for etiquette, offering guidance on how to live with self-respect and respect for others and covering such matters as dress, eating in public, and behavior toward one's superiors.  Hardbound book, 36 pages.

--Printed in the United States

--Measures 4.3 x 6.8 in.