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Eleanor Roosevelt's Book of Common Sense Etiquette

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Step into the world of a pioneering leader with "Eleanor Roosevelt's Book of Common Sense Etiquette," where the timeless principles of respect and equality transcend the conventional norms of society. Published on May 15, 2011, this compelling read delves into the ethos of Eleanor Roosevelt, a vanguard in the fight for gender equality, whose wisdom reshapes the way we consider social interactions and the fabric of community. Tailored for adult education groups, the book serves as an essential resource that blends historical insights with practical advice, encouraging readers to navigate social complexities with grace and fairness. Through Roosevelt’s discerning perspective, readers are invited to explore themes of dignity, inclusivity, and personal responsibility, making it more than just an etiquette guide but a beacon for social justice advocates striving to make a difference in their communities. Engage with this narrative and reflect: How can we apply Roosevelt’s principles to champion equality in our daily lives?
Published by Literary Licensing, LLC on May 15, 2011
602 pages
ISBN: 9781258020248
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