George Washington’s Rules of Civility is a collection of rules and maxims written by George Washington concerning moral and decent behavior in company and conversation.
This edition of the Washington’s rules also includes additional writings such as his inaugural addresses, farewell address, and statement on the Whiskey Rebellion along with Washington’s proclamations on the first Thanksgiving, neutrality, and a treaty with several indigenous American tribes.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Useful for everyday life in the modern era
I'm saying this because even if people and cultures are different the behaviors of people still stay the same throughout history.
So that being said this book is still relevant to today's modern era.
You could learn a lot from this book to improve your own action or to maybe notice what you are doing.