Nan Marshall and Helen Broder

What Would George Do?

"a refreshing look at our everyday world"

"Nan Marshall and Helen Broder have provided a modern context to the timeless precepts of George Washington's Rules of Civility. In an age when basic civility is on the wane, this is a much needed treatise. What Would George Do? is delightful, fascinating and thought-provoking. It's also serious emergency treatment for our injured culture. This book should be read aloud in every classroom."

Curt Viebranz, president of George Washington's Mount Vernon

About the Book

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Reviews

"Nan Marshall and Helen Broder have provided a modern context to the timeless precepts of George Washington's Rules of Civility. In an age when basic civility is on the wane, this is a much needed treatise."

Curt Viebranz, president of George Washington's Mount Vernon

"Nan Marshall and Helen Broder have provided a modern context to the timeless precepts of George Washington's Rules of Civility. In an age when basic civility is on the wane, this is a much needed treatise."

Curt Viebranz, president of George Washington's Mount Vernon

"Nan Marshall and Helen Broder have provided a modern context to the timeless precepts of George Washington's Rules of Civility. In an age when basic civility is on the wane, this is a much needed treatise."

Curt Viebranz, president of George Washington's Mount Vernon

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The Authors

Nan Marshall

Born to a family with roots deep in Atlanta, Georgia, and a heritage dating back to Colonial America, Nan Marshall grew up in a privileged enclave known as Buckhead. Following the defined set of expectations for a young lady of the 1960s, she made her debut, led a volunteer work association and modeled for Atlanta’s Teen Board. It was at Vassar College that she left this cloistered existence and discovered the great wide world—a major in history, a minor in sociology, weekends in nearby New York City and summer travel across the United States and abroad.

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Helen Broder

Born to a family with roots deep in Atlanta, Georgia, and a heritage dating back to Colonial America, Nan Marshall grew up in a privileged enclave known as Buckhead. Following the defined set of expectations for a young lady of the 1960s, she made her debut, led a volunteer work association and modeled for Atlanta’s Teen Board. It was at Vassar College that she left this cloistered existence and discovered the great wide world—a major in history, a minor in sociology, weekends in nearby New York City and summer travel across the United States and abroad.

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