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George Washington’s 30 Ways to Be Polite In An Impolite World
Berlin-Peck Memorial Library
Saturday, Apr. 28, 1 pm

Bestselling author Stephen Spignesi presents: George Washington’s 30 Ways to be Polite in an Impolite World

While in his teens, George Washington copied into a notebook “100 Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior in Company and Conversation” that he found in a set of rules written by French Jesuits in 1595.  This lecture looks at 30 of those rules which can be considered particularly relevant, augmented by a contemporary interpretation of their meaning.  There will also be a slideshow and Q &A.

Stephen Spignesi, New York Times bestselling author and retired Practitioner in Residence at the University of New Haven, writes extensively about popular culture and history.

Sponsored by Friends of the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library.

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