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Four hardcover Books of American Wisdom selected especially for the medical profession. Vital information for only $40.00, presented in a handsome slipcase. Box Set includes: A Discourse upon the Duties of a Physician - This classic essay on a doctor's responsibilities, written by Samuel Bard, was first published in 1749. On the Art of Teaching - Horace Mann's timeless and inspiring appeal to teachers. Way to Wealth - One of the most important money books ever published, written by Benjamin Franklin. George Washington's Rules of Civility - The 110 rules that George Washington lived by all his life.
About the Author
Applewood Books, publishers of America's living past, was founded in 1976. Since then, the company has published over 5,000 works, of which they've sold many millions of individual copies. Applewood's mission is to build a picture of America and American culture through primary sources. Among Applewood's best-selling titles are the "Books of American Wisdom" which include reprints of important American documents, essays, speeches, and poems.
Table of Contents
Selected especially for the medical profession, includes: A Discourse upon the Duties of a Physician; On the Art of Teaching; The Way to Wealth; George Washington's Rules of Civility.