It's "Rights and Lefts".
I noticed that in the eldest books, the words across and back are mentionned, probably to be sure that people start the figure by crossing and finish back to places ( the standard for "Rights and Lefts") but it's confusing so it's probably the reason why we use only "Rights and Lefts" nowadays.
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De: "Marie Disiewicz" <email@example.com>
Envoyé: Lundi 17 Mai 2010 22h22:57 GMT +01:00 Amsterdam / Berlin / Berne / Rome / Stockholm / Vienne
Objet: Camp of Pleasure BK 15
Greetings to all
Those in the know, was Camp of Pleasure always Rights and Lefts for Bar 25 to 32???
My old book says "Right and Left across and back.
It was the word "across" that lead me to think it was RH Across and LH Back.
I see in the pocket book it does say Rights and Lefts.