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Posted August 28, 2010
People today including ones, or perhaps especially ones, who have risen to high political office or to the heights of public or private corporations are often boorish. I suspect such individuals really suffer from an epidemic of incivility that has swept the nation in the past 40 or so years. While some of the rules of civility are dated and the language may be from two and a half centuries past, the general message still comes across--civility is a key attribute for any true leader.
George Washington did not create these rules of civility. He obtained them from the writings of others. He wrote the rules so he would commit them to the very core of his being and become a gentleman.
Perhaps we should insist that every thirteen year old male read these rules of civility--and also insist they adhere to them.
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