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Robert's Rules of Order

Henry M. Robert (1837-1923)

1. 00 - Preface & Introduction
2. 01 - Part 1, Articles I, II
3. 02 - Part 1, Article III, Sec 10-20
4. 03 - Part 1, Article III, Sec 21-27
5. 04 - Part 1, Article IV
6. 05 - Part 1, Article V
7. 06 - Part 1, Articles VI, VII
8. 07 - Part 1, Article VIII
9. 08 - Part 2, Article IX, Sec 46-47
10. 09 - Part 2, Article IX, Sec 48-49
11. 10 - Part 2, Article X
12. 11 - Part 2, Article XI-XII, Sec 54-59
13. 12 - Part 2, Article XII, Sec 60-64
14. 13 - Part 2, Articles XIII, XIV
15. 14 - Concluding Matter

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Summary

Originally written in 1876 by Major Henry M. Robert of the US Army Corps of Engineers, Robert's Rules of Order is the most widely used authority in the United States today for "parliamentary law, based...upon the rules and practice of Congress" for "organizing and conducting the business of societies, conventions, and other deliberative assemblies."