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i am not the best person to evaluate this as i have not had time to review it in it's entiretyPublished on May 30 2013 by Walter Davis
Robert's Rules of Order is difficult to employ in a meeting with so much stress and quick decision making. Read morePublished on April 27 2013 by Anthony J. Shaw
This is of course a great book to have for backup at meetings. We are a small Association but sometimes one needs some guidance from the expert.Published on Jan. 3 2013 by dufferingirl
A comprehensive, detailed summary of the rules of assembly of many types. Most meeting attendees have no idea of the options available in conducting and participating in meetings.Published on Oct. 19 2011 by Dr. John Morrissey Exp
A nicely sized complete copy of roberts rules, revised version 10.
By having this handy as the defacto bible on parlimentary procedure.. Read more
The physical quality of this edition is greatly disappointing. Compared to the 1970 (or even 1981) edition, it hardly qualifies as a real book. Read morePublished on Dec 30 2003
If you want to know how to do it or how to express it, this is THE book to have.
I have had to refer to it almost daily during the last month due to various items in our... Read more
Dry and straight to the point...yup this is a classic. You've got to have it if you run meetings, though. Parli pro never goes out of style.Published on May 18 2003
This is the definitive authority on parliamentary procedure I've been studying for over a year. The majority of the 700+ pages will never be used by the average member of an... Read morePublished on July 3 2002