Robert's Rules of Order: The Classic Manual of Parliamentary Procedure
Bell Publishing Company, 1978 - 218 pages
Classic Manual of Parliamentary Procedures
The classic guide for meetings, committees, and structured groups provides fundamental operating procedures. Has served as an irreplaceable tool for organizations of all types for over a century.
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