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Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised in Brief, 2nd Editionby Henry M III Robert
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Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised, In Brief was first published in 2005 to meet the need for a simple and short book on parliamentary procedure. This second edition of In Brief is now updated and revised to match the new full edition of Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised, also published this year.
Written by the same authorship team behind the officially sanctioned Robert’s Rules of Order, this concise, user-friendly edition takes readers through the rules most often needed at meetings—from debates to amendments to nominations. With sample dialogues and a guide to using the complete edition, Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised, In Brief is the essential handbook for parliamentary proceedings.
From the certified authorship team behind Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised, a concise and user-friendly tour through the essentials of conducting a meeting
About the Author
Henry M. Robert III is the grandson of General Henry M. Robert and has served as president of the Maryland Association of Parliamentarians and as parliamentarian for the National Association of Parliamentarians (NAP). William J. Evans, a retired attorney, was president of NAP from 1979 to 1981 and has also served as its parliamentarian. Daniel H. Honemann is an attorney in Maryland and a past president of the Maryland Association of Parliamentarians. Thomas J. Balch is a lobbyist and legislative analyst based in Washington, DC, who also served as parliamentarian for NAP.
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