By Henry M. Robert III, Daniel H. Honemann
Robert’s ideas of Order is the e-book on parliamentary technique for parliamentarians and somebody occupied with a company, organization, membership, or team and the authoritative advisor to soft, orderly, and reasonably carried out conferences and assemblies. This newly revised variation is the single e-book on parliamentary approach to were up-to-date considering 1876 below the continued software of overview demonstrated by means of common Henry M. Robert himself, in cooperation with the reliable writer of Robert’s Rules. The 11th version has been completely revised to handle universal inquiries and comprise new principles, interpretations, and strategies made helpful by way of the evolution of parliamentary process, together with new fabric with regards to digital communique and "electronic meetings."
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In the face of the latter’s skepticism as to the demand for such a work, Robert agreed to pay for binding the 4,000 copies and to bear the expense of giving 1,000 copies of the book to parliamentarians, educators, legislators, and church leaders throughout the country. The first edition of the manual accordingly was published by S. C. Griggs and Company of Chicago on February 19, 1876. The publisher placed on the cover the title Robert’s Rules of Order. That first edition is now long a rare book.
Continued his father’s practice of replying to parliamentary questions from users of the book. It had been the original author’s wish that after his death his son should further revise the manual as developments might dictate. Henry Jr. looked forward to doing this following his retirement from the Naval Academy, but he died in 1937 before that time came. ’s widow, Sarah Corbin Robert—like Isabel, a former teacher. At General Robert’s request, she had served as a critical reader in the preparation of his last two books, the elementary text, Parliamentary Practice (1921), and the work he considered his definitive explanatory effort, Parliamentary Law (1923).
Robert doubted that these organizations would be able to function efficiently until there could be better agreement as to what constituted parliamentary law. In his words: So I inquired at the largest book store for the best books on the subject. Cushing’s Manual was handed me and also Wilson’s Digest, a book containing about 2400 decisions made in the English Parliament and our Congress. Then I sent for the Congressional Manual, which contained Jefferson’s Manual—…[,] The Rules of the House of Representatives and Barclay’s Digest of Rules and Practice of the House.
Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised (11th Edition) by Henry M. Robert III, Daniel H. Honemann