By Jennifer Harper
The Washington Times
February 20, 2008
Perhaps it’s the one thing political strategists have not tried: Civility. Some say etiquette and decorum could provide a valuable edge for White House hopefuls along a shrill campaign trail.
“Civility plays very well with the American public. You can’t underestimate the power of it in a campaign, or in the White House itself,” said Selwa “Lucky” Roosevelt, who was chief of protocol for the United States from 1982 to 1989.
|The Right Honourable
The Baroness Thatcher, LG, OM, PC, FRS
Lady Thatcher is often remembered
for her civility.