Joe Jackson (email@example.com)
Mon, 31 Jan 2000 17:06:52 -0500
Fairhaven uses the Standard Code of Parlaimentary Procedure by Alice
Sturgis, which is based on Robert's Rules.
I seem to remember reading that most of the parlaimentarian organizations
today have forgone the original Henry Robert text in favor of the Sturgis
(and if you read them both you'll see why - the Sturgis text is infinitely
See Fairhaven School's website at
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> http://www.sudval.org/~sdg/rror for a start -- that's an edition of
> General Henry M. Robert's rules which are no longer under copyright law in
> the US (published before 1914).
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> On Sun, 30 Jan 2000, Tove Hartelius wrote:
> > I find the discussion very interesting.
> > Could someone tell me where to find details of Robertīs Rules
> of Order, please!
> > Tove, Naestved Fri Skole, Denmark
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