Parliamentary Practice: An Introduction to Parliamentary Law

Henry M. Robert

Published by Irvington Pub
ISBN 10: 0470725931 / ISBN 13: 9780470725931
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Title: Parliamentary Practice: An Introduction to ...
Publisher: Irvington Pub
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Robert, Henry M.
Published by Irvington Publishers, New York (1975)
ISBN 10: 0470725931 ISBN 13: 9780470725931
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Book Description Irvington Publishers, New York, 1975. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good-. Red covers with gold and silver printing. Bicentennial edition. Foreword by Henry M. Robert III. Burgunday dust jacket with gold and white printing, chipped, torn, and worn along edges. "In our present changing world, the average meeting of morethan a few persons has much to gain--in smoothness, efficiency, freedom from confusion, and sensitivity to the real feelings of members--by learning to follow closely the procedure described in this book.". Seller Inventory # 000217

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