Wednesday, June 16, 1999

From the Pope's Poet to the Boy of Pope's Creek - Origin of GW's Rules of Civility

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Learn the origin of the famous George Washington "Rules of Civility" derive from one of Italy's best known sonnet poets (like Shakespeare was to England), who also served as a Bishop of the Catholic Church, as Papal Nuncio to the Republic of Venice, and as "Secretary of State" to the Papal State of the Vatican.