Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised In Brief, 3rd edition

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By Henry M. Robert

By Daniel H. Honemann

By Thomas J. Balch

By Daniel E. Seabold

By Shmuel Gerber

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A short, concise and user-friendly guide to the essential procedures of conducting a meeting, written by the authors of Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised, the only authorized edition of the classic work on parliamentary procedure

Originally published in 1876, General Henry M. Robert’s guide to smooth, orderly, and fairly conducted meetings has sold over six million copies in eleven editions. Robert’s Rules of Order is the book on parliamentary proceedings, yet those not well versed on what has now become a rather thick document can find themselves lost-and delayed-while trying to locate the most important rules. The solution? Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised in Brief.

Written by the same authorship team behind the officially sanctioned Robert’s Rules of Order, this short and 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.

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On Sale
Sep 1, 2020
Page Count
224 pages
Publisher
PublicAffairs
ISBN-13
9781541751125

Henry M. Robert

About the Author

Henry M. Robert III (1920-2019), grandson of General Robert, began his association with Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised in writing the 1970 edition and participated in writing six editions, culminating in this 12th edition. He served as parliamentarian of the National Association of Parliamentarians and multiple other national and international organizations.

Daniel H. Honneman, a Maryland attorney, now retired, is a past President of the Maryland Association of Parliamentarians.

Thomas J. Balch is a practicing parliamentarian who formerly acted as a Washington, DC-based lobbyist and legislative analyst. He has served as parliamentarian of the NAP.

Daniel E. Seabold is a mathematics professor at Hofstra University specializing in logic and set theory.

Shmuel Gerber, a professional parliamentarian and copyeditor, has served as the Assistant Editor of the National Parliamentarian.

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