The subtitle is Timeless Principles to Heal Society and Ourselves, and the author is the still-thriving Alexandra Hudson. Above all, it is a wholesome and wholesome book! And this points to a direction for the future development of classical liberalism. Here is a short excerpt:
In dinner rituals, Margaret Visser notes the dark side of hospitality. she argues that hosting other people can be a power play. The host has the opportunity to be the guest of honor, the center of all the praise and attention from the comfort of their own home. Customers should flatter and thank them whether the hospitality or food is good or not, and often feel compelled to reciprocate whether they like it or not. Although cynical, I have come to see some wisdom in his insight.
I am very happy that this book exists now.