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Emily Post on Etiquette by Elizabeth L. Post
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Emily Post on Etiquette

by Elizabeth L. Post

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Earlier in this century people turned to Emily Post for etiquette advice about the way they lived in the rapidly changing age known as the Roaring Twenties. As we prepare to enter a new millennium people continue to turn to Emily Post for advice on etiquette and manners. While etiquette remains a code ofbehavior based on kindness, consideration and unselfishness that does not change, our manners, the practice of etiquette, must change as our... ( )
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In this revised edition of the bestselling "Emily Post on Etiquette" (80,000 copies sold), Mrs. Post answers the most commonly asked questions about etiquette at home and on the job.

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