Number Title Author Volume Issue Page Year Areas
1436 Order And Peace [Letter From the Editor] Farwell, Hermon 26 1 1 1985 Parliamentary Journal
1437 Flexibility and Procedural Rules Shepard, David W. 26 1 3 1985 Parliamentary Procedure
1438 Presiding Officer, The McCabe, James 26 1 9 1985 Presiding
1439 If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fit It: The Motion to Table Sarbeck, Tom 26 1 11 1985 Motions
1440 Letter “E”, The Anonymous 26 1 14 1985 Humor
1441 Some Notes on the Secret Ballot Sussman, Bernard J., CP 26 1 15 1985 Ballots
1442 Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised as a Manual for Teaching Parliamentary Procedure Cameron, Donald J. 26 1 18 1985 Education
1443 Major Role Of the Parliamentarian, The Wolfarth, Donald L., CPP 26 1 21 1985 Parliamentarian
1444 What Are Bylaws? Johnson, Charles H., CP 26 1 25 1985 Bylaws
1445 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 26 1 27 1985 Opinions
1446 Should chair preside after debating? 85-197 26 1 27 1985 Presiding
1447 Voting rights: registration fee 85-198 26 1 27 1985 Voting
1448 Convention standing rules: debatable appeal 85-199 26 1 28 1985 Standing Rules
Conventions
1449 Formation of a Realistic Organization; P.P. Teaching M [Revival] Cleary, James W. 26 1 29 1985 Education
Meetings
1450 Importance of an Agenda Crick, Richard 26 1 37 1985 Agenda
1451 Please Come To Order: How to Preside or Participate More Effectively [Review] Phifer, Gregg, CPP 26 1 39 1985 Presiding
Meetings
Book Review
1452 Letter From the Editor Farwell, Hy 26 2 41 1985 Parliamentary Journal
1453 Democracy and P.P. in Latin America Lima, Francesco 26 2 43 1985 Outside the United States
Parliamentary Procedure
Democracy
1454 AIP’s Future Education Program Riddick, Floyd M., CPP 26 2 48 1985 AIP Organization
Education
1455 Broaden Horizons [Letter to the Editor] Breckon, Lillian C., CPP 26 2 53 1985 Parliamentary Procedure
1456 Using Robert’s Rules of Order as a Textbook Sikkink, Donald 26 2 54 1985 Education
1457 What is a Parliamentarian [Spanish] Schlotzhauer, Virginia 26 2 57 1985 Parliamentarian
1458 Henry M. Robert — Henry, Man of History Butcher, Miriam, CPP 26 2 58 1985 Biography
1459 Senate Vote (not identified) 26 2 60 1985 Legislatures
1460 Protecting Sam’s Rights, On Baird, John E., CPP 26 2 61 1985 Rights
1461 New Feature, A Editor 26 2 65 1985 Parliamentary Journal
1462 Case of the Tardy Quorum, The [Parliamentary Problem] Editor 26 2 65 1985 Education
Quorum
1463 How U.S. Senate Speaks New Yorker, The 26 2 66 1985 Legislatures
1464 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 26 2 67 1985 Opinions
1465 Handling of resignation 85-200 26 2 67 1985 Officers
1466 Receive a report, to 85-201 26 2 68 1985 Reports
1467 Consolidation of two societies 85-202 26 2 68 1985 Meetings
Groups
1468 Great Tabling Controversy, The Bliss, Edwin C., CP 26 2 70 1985 Motions
1469 Manifest Benefits of the Study of Parliamentary Law Sherman, Mary Belle King 26 2 72 1985 Parliamentary Law
Education
1470 Vote of the Chair, The: A Skit Southworth, William Dixon, CP 26 2 73 1985 (not identified)
1471 Chair, To (A Meeting) Kirkpatrick, James J. 26 2 75 1985 Presiding
1472 Call To Order: Meeting Rules and Procedures for Non-Profit Organizations, Perry (Review] Banks, Margaret A., CPP 26 2 76 1985 Meetings
Parliamentary Procedure
Book Review
1473 Abstract, An [Introduction to next article] Editor 26 2 78 1985 History
1474 Genesis and Development of P.P. in Colonial America, 1609-1801 Peterson, Sanford W. 26 2 79 1985 History
Parliamentary Procedure
1475 Letter From the Editor Farwell, Hy 26 3 81 1985 Parliamentary Journal
1476 Teaching P.P. to Local Government Decision-Makers: What do They Think They Need to Know? Larmer, Larry E. 26 3 82 1985 Education
1477 Parliamentary Puzzles as a Teaching Methodology Haun, Martha Womack 26 3 95 1985 Education
1478 Plea For Parliamentary Procedure Monson, Melissa 26 3 100 1985 Parliamentary Procedure
1479 Parliamentarian Role Explained [Letter to the Editor] Beatty, Richard L. 26 3 101 1985 Parliamentarian
1480 William Lambarde, Elizabethan Parliamentarian Rice, George P. 26 3 102 1985 Biography
History
1481 Hearth, Home, Havoc: Condominium Ownership and the Need for P.P. Ragsdale, James Gaut 26 3 105 1985 Legal
Parliamentary Procedure
Home Owners
1482 Billing For Professonal Parliamentary Services Southworth, William Dixon 26 3 108 1985 Professionalism
1483 Case of the Tardy Quorum (Response) Tacey, William 26 3 109 1985 Quorum
1484 Apologia Editor 26 3 111 1985 Parliamentary Journal
1485 Send AIP Back To School Dunn, Andrew S. 26 3 112 1985 Education
AIP Organization
1486 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 26 3 114 1985 Opinions
1487 Resignation to create vacancy 85-203 26 3 114 1985 Officers
1488 Disqualified chairman 85-204 26 3 114 1985 Presiding
1489 Calculation a two-third vote 85-205 26 3 115 1985 Voting
1490 Chair’s right to deciding vote 85-206 26 3 115 1985 Voting
Presiding
1491 Chair’s right to creates a tie 85-207 26 3 116 1985 Voting
Presiding
1492 Bylaw requirement for 51 %. vote 85-208 26 3 116 1985 Bylaws
1493 Proxy Voting in the Deliberative Assembly Gruner, Charles R. 26 3 117 1985 Voting
Proxies
1494 Parliamentary Law for Nonprofit Organizations, Oleck [Review] Sussman, Bernard J., CPP 26 3 120 1985 Parliamentary Law
Non-Profit
Book Review
1495 Letter From the Editor Farwell, Hy, CPP 26 4 121 1985 Parliamentary Journal
1496 AIP’s Challenge Athans, Leo G., CPP 26 4 122 1985 AIP Organization
1497 Concerning Robert’s Substitute Motion Process English, Robert W. 26 4 125 1985 Motions
1498 Some Powers of the Chair Baird, John E., CPP 26 4 126 1985 Presiding
1499 Rules of order — Las Vegas Style Lucas, Richard, CP 26 4 129 1985 Parliamentary Procedure
1500 Majority Rule is Not Invariable Hills, George S. 26 4 135 1985 Meetings
Membership
Rights
1501 Effective Way to Go to School, An McDow, Roberta, CPP 26 4 136 1985 Education
1502 Substitute Motion [Parliamentary Problem] Editor 26 4 141 1985 Motions
1503 Correcting Recorded Errors Demers, Katherine 26 4 142 1985 Minutes
1504 Invocation Olson, Rev. John 26 4 143 1985 Meetings
1505 Chairman and His Job, The [Revival] O’Brien, Joseph F. 26 4 144 1985 Presiding
1506 Parliamentary Poem, A Hayward, Theresa “Jerry” 26 4 147 1985 Literature
1507 Substitute Motion or Substitute Amendment Chavis-Butler, Grace 26 4 149 1985 Motions
1508 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 26 4 154 1985 Opinions
1509 Change of vote before result announced 85-209 26 4 154 1985 Voting
1510 Failure of chair to announce vote 85-210 26 4 155 1985 Voting
Presiding
1511 Committee of one: requirement for second 85-211 26 4 155 1985 Committees
Motions
1512 Past presidents as ex-officio board members 85-212 26 4 156 1985 Board of Directors
Officers
Membership
1513 Importance and Purpose of Committee Procedures Scottino, Pat 26 4 157 1985 Committees
1514 Letter From the Editor Farwell, Hy 27 1 1 1986 Parliamentary Journal
1515 Mason, Paul, In Memoriam Bliss, Edwin C., CP 27 1 2 1986 Obituary
1516 Casting Lots: Some Historical and Philosophical Observations Smith, Robert W. 27 1 3 1986 Voting
History
1517 Parliamentary Procedure as Scapegoat Ericson, Jon 27 1 10 1986 Parliamentary Procedure
1518 Amend Union Bylaw [Parliamentary Problem] Southworth, William Dixon 27 1 12 1986 Bylaws
Unions
1519 Amendment [Answer to Parliamentary Problem] Sarbeck, Tom 27 1 12 1986 Motions
1520 Ancient Legal Codes — Bridges, Not Barriers Rice, George P. 27 1 14 1986 History
Legal
1521 Freedom of Religion and those Opening Exercises Baird, John E., CPP 27 1 19 1986 Meetings
1522 Essentials of Parliamentary Procedure Revisited, The — Part I Peterson, Sanford W. 27 1 23 1986 Parliamentary Procedure
1523 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 27 1 29 1986 Opinions
1524 Content of minutes 86-213 27 1 29 1986 Minutes
1525 Rejected motion 86-214 27 1 30 1986 Motions
1526 Authorization to purchase 86-215 27 1 31 1986 Finances
Motions
1527 Budget as authorization for payment 86-216 27 1 31 1986 Finances
Motions
1528 Purpose Of Parliamentary Law Hellman, Hugo 27 1 32 1986 Parliamentary Law
1529 Parliamentary Watchdogging on the Political Scene Parks, Joyce C., CPP 27 1 33 1986 Meetings
Parliamentary Procedure
Professionalism
1530 Professional Parliamentarian: Obligations and Duties Tacey, William S., CPP 27 1 36 1986 Parliamentarian
Professionalism
1531 Parliamentarian And IRS, The Southworth, William Dixon, CP 27 1 39 1986 Legal
Parliamentarian
1532 Letter From the Editor Farwell, Hy 27 2 41 1986 Parliamentary Journal
1533 Committee Decision Making: The Less “Procedure,” the Better Richards, Gale 27 2 42 1986 Committees
1534 Belaboring An Issue [Tidbits from Taceyl Tacey, William S. 27 2 46 1986 Motions
Debate
1535 Object To Consideration: A History Sarbeck, Tom 27 2 47 1986 Motions
History
1536 Serving as National Parliamentarian: Out of the Classroom and Into the Convention Hall Sylvester, Nancy, CP 27 2 50 1986 Parliamentarian
1537 Further Classification of Incidental Motions Miller, Duane E. 27 2 57 1986 Motions
1538 Essentials of Parliamentary Procedure Revisited — Part II, The Peterson, Sanford W. 27 2 59 1986 Parliamentary Procedure
1539 Tidbits From Tacey Tacey, William 27 2 65 1986 Parliamentary Procedure
1540 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 27 2 66 1986 Opinions
1541 Immediate past president as ex-officio member of board 86-217 27 2 66 1986 Officers
Board of Directors
1542 Legality of meeting date 86-218 27 2 67 1986 Legal
Meetings
1543 Delegation of power to executive committee 86-219 27 2 67 1986 Board of Directors
1544 Adoption of convention standing rules 86-220 27 2 68 1986 Conventions
Standing Rules
1545 Rules for informal meeting 86-221 27 2 69 1986 Meetings
1546 Parliamentary Law for the 21st Century Phifer, Gregg, CPP 27 2 70 1986 Parliamentary Law
1547 Riddick’s Rules Of Procedure, Riddick-Butcher [review] Demeter, Lee, CPP 27 2 78 1986 Book Review
Parliamentary Authorities
1548 More about Biblical Decision Making McDow, Roberta M., CPP 27 3 81 1986 History
1549 Once Upon a Motion Pohl, Alice N., CPP 27 3 84 1986 Motions
1550 Bylaws and the Parliamentary Authority Riddick-Butcher 27 3 85 1986 Parliamentary Authorities
Bylaws
1551 Here Are the Answers! What Are the Questions? Lucas, Richard, CP 27 3 86 1986 Parliamentary Procedure
1552 P.P. as a Tool of Conflict Management I Ray, John W. 27 3 88 1986 Parliamentary Procedure
Outside Meetings
1553 The Questions [Answers] Lucas, Richard, CP 27 3 92 1986 Parliamentary Procedure
1554 Parliamentarian and Conflict Resolution, The Phifer, Gregg, CPP 27 3 93 1986 Parliamentarian
Group Dynamics
1555 Lex Parliamentaria and its Author Part I Sussman, Bernard J., CP 27 3 99 1986 History
Parliamentary Authorities
1556 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 27 3 108 1986 Opinions
1557 Renewal of defeated resolution 86-222 27 3 108 1986 Motions
1558 Classes of membership 86-223 27 3 109 1986 Membership
1559 Content of committee reports 86-224 27 3 109 1986 Committees
Reports
1560 Content of officers’ reports 86-225 27 3 110 1986 Officers
Reports
1561 Conflict of interest: quorum 86-226 27 3 110 1986 Quorum
1562 Municipal Use of Committee of the Whole and In Camera Meetings in British Columbia Butt, Maureen, CPP 27 3 112 1986 City Council
1563 Parliamentarian as Presiding Officer, The Butcher, Miriam, CPP 27 3 115 1986 Parliamentarian
Presiding
1564 Abridgment Of Freedom Madison, James 27 3 116 1986 History
Democracy
1565 Looking Back Pawelek, Dick 27 3 117 1986 History
1566 Understanding Parliamentary Procedure, Sikkink [Review] Wolfarth, Donald, CPP 27 3 119 1986 Parliamentary Procedure
Book Review
1567 Colorado State Assembly [Letter From the Editor] Farwell, Hy, CPP 27 3 120 1986 Parliamentary Journal
Legislatures
1568 Letter From the Editor, A Farwell, Hy, CPP 27 4 121 1986 Parliamentary Journal
1569 Democratic Principles and Parliamentary Practice Ewbank, Henry L. 27 4 122 1986 Parliamentary Procedure
Democracy
1570 Democracy Works [Tidbits from Taceyl Hayes, Arthur G. 27 4 127 1986 Parliamentary Procedure
1571 Sense of Parliamentary Law, The Baker, Alyce, CPP 27 4 128 1986 Parliamentary Law
1572 Further Notes on German Procedure Baird, John E., CPP 27 4 130 1986 Outside the United States
Parliamentary Procedure
1573 Tidbits from Tacey Tacey, William 27 4 132 1986 Parliamentary Procedure
1574 Lex Parliamentaria and its Author Part II Sussman, Bernard J., CP 27 4 133 1986 Parliamentary Authorities
History
1575 Too Many Presidents Lowry, Bullitt 27 4 148 1986 Presiding
Professionalism
1576 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 27 4 153 1986 Opinions
1577 Vote of the chairman 86-227 27 4 153 1986 Voting
Presiding
1578 Ex-Officio member 86-228 27 4 154 1986 Membership
1579 Incomplete elections 86-229 27 4 154 1986 Elections
1580 Election at special meeting 86-230 27 4 155 1986 Elections
Meetings
1581 Tacey, William [In Memoriam] Farwell, Hermon, CPP 27 4 156 1986 Obituary
1582 Don’t Reinvent the Wheel Wardinski. Michael L. 27 4 157 1986 Parliamentary Procedure
1583 Letter From the Editor Farwell, Hy, CPP 28 1 1 1987 Parliamentary Journal
1584 Questions in the House of Commons McBath, James H. 28 1 3 1987 Legislatures
Outside the United States
1585 Parliamentary Words Pohl, Alice N., CPP 28 1 7 1987 Terminology
1586 Implementing the Philosophy of Parliamentary Practice [Revival] Gray, Giles Wilkeson 28 1 10 1987 Parliamentary Procedure
1587 Parliamentary Procedure Trivia Tacey, William S., CPP 28 1 20 1987 Parliamentary Procedure
1588 Committees McDow, Roberta M., CPP 28 1 24 1987 Committees
1589 Henry M. Robert and the Office of Parliamentarian Banks, Margaret A., CPP 28 1 28 1987 Parliamentarian
History
1590 Parliamentarian as Presiding Officer–Another View, The Browne, Joseph P. 28 1 29 1987 Parliamentarian
Presiding
1591 New Member Answers an Essay Question on an AIP Correspondence Course Test Reed, Curtis 28 1 31 1987 Education
1592 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 28 1 32 1987 Opinions
1593 Presiding officer relinquishes chair 87-231 28 1 32 1987 Presiding
1594 Counted vote requirement 87-232 28 1 32 1987 Voting
1595 Mail or proxy vote allowable? 87-233 28 1 33 1987 Voting
Proxies
1596 Mail vote: recorded in minutes 87-234 28 1 33 1987 Voting
Minutes
1597 Postponement to later meeting 87-235 28 1 34 1987 Motions
Meetings
1598 Chair: enforcing the rules of debate 87-236 28 1 34 1987 Presiding
Debate
1599 Who is a Public Official? (not identified) 28 1 35 1987 Government Organizations
1600 Trivial Answers Tacey, William S., CPP 28 1 36 1987 Parliamentary Procedure
1601 Parliamentary Procedure Without Stress, McDow [Review] Janaro, Joan M. 28 1 38 1987 Parliamentary Procedure
Book Review
1602 Letter From the Editor, A Farwell, Hy, CPP 28 2 41 1987 Parliamentary Journal
1603 Constitution That Almost Wasn’t, The Burger, Warren E. 28 2 42 1987 History
Bylaws
1604 Mayflower Compact, The (not identified) 28 2 46 1987 Bylaws
History
1605 ROTI v. Washington: The Parliamentary Beginning of “Council Wars” in Chicago Arkin, Henry, CP 28 2 47 1987 Legal
1606 Constitution of the Confederate States, The Rice, George P. 28 2 53 1987 Bylaws
History
1607 Books and the United States Constitution Farwell, H. W., CPP 28 2 57 1987 Bylaws
Legal
1608 Trends in Parliamentary Procedure Future Form and Practice Phifer, Gregg, CPP 28 2 59 1987 Parliamentary Procedure
1609 Pros and Cons of President-Elect, The Mockler, Edith 28 2 67 1987 Officers
1610 ABC’s of Rules of Order, The Pang, Joshua K. 28 2 69 1987 Parliamentary Procedure
1611 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 28 2 75 1987 Opinions
1612 Motion to reconsider in order? 87-138 [238?] 28 2 75 1987 Motions
1613 Reconsideration after amendment 87-139 [239?] 28 2 76 1987 Motions
1614 Majority vote 87-140 [240?] 28 2 76 1987 Voting
1615 Amendment of bylaws: petition 87-141 [241?] 28 2 77 1987 Bylaws
1616 Balloting at the polls 87-142 [242?] 28 2 77 1987 Ballots
Voting
1617 PREZZ: Scribe, Will You Please Read The Unfinished Business? Sarbeck, Tom 28 2 78 1987 Presiding
Agenda
1618 Letter From the Editor, A Farwell, Hy, CPP 28 3 81 1987 Parliamentary Journal
1619 Professional Convention Parliamentarian, The Haun, Martha J. 28 3 82 1987 Conventions
Parliamentarian
1620 Points on Debate: Voices From the Past Wardinski, Michael L. 28 3 88 1987 Debate
1621 Program Suggestions for Chapter Meetings Butcher, Miriam, CPP 28 3 90 1987 Chapters
Programs
1622 P-R-E-S-I-D-E-S of Presiding, The McDow, Roberta M., CPP 28 3 92 1987 Presiding
1623 Are We Forever Condemned to Robert’s Rules? [Revival] Hellman, Hugo, CPP 28 3 96 1987 Parliamentary Authorities
1624 Must One Prevail to Change One’s Mind? Lofton, J. David 28 3 101 1987 Debate
Group Dynamics
1625 Some Considerations of Reconsideration Southworth, William Dixon, CP 28 3 105 1987 Motions
1626 On Executive Meetings Madison, James 28 3 107 1987 Meetings
1627 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 28 3 108 1987 Opinions
1628 Ex-officio member: voting 87-143 [243?] 28 3 108 1987 Voting
1629 Nominating Committee: dissenting members 87-144 [244? 28 3 109 1987 Nominations
1630 Seconding speeches 87-145 [245?] 28 3 109 1987 Debate
1631 Counting votes: irregular ballots 87-146 [246?] 28 3 110 1987 Voting
1632 Reconsideration: time limits 87-147 [247?] 28 3 111 1987 Motions
1633 How to Write a Parliamentary Opinion Rivera-Rivera, Dominga, CPP 28 3 112 1987 Opinions
Professionalism
1634 Trends in Nonprofit Organization Law [Review] Tacey, William S., CPP 28 3 117 1987 Non-Profit
Legal
1635 Breniman’s Simplified Parliamentary Procedure [Review] Phifer, Gregg, CPP 28 3 118 1987 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
1636 Roberta’s Rules of Order McDow, Roberta M., CPP 28 3 120 1987 Parliamentary Authorities
1637 Information for Contributors Editor 28 3 BCI 1987 Parliamentary Journal
1638 First Three Words, The Farwell, H. W., CPP 28 4 121 1987 Bylaws
History
1639 Letter to the Editor [Reconsider] Butcher, Miriam, CPP 28 4 129 1987 Motions
1640 Reconsideration: A Summing Up Bliss, Edwin C., CP 28 4 130 1987 Motions
1641 What is a Parliamentary Practicum? Leiman, Robert W., CPP 28 4 133 1987 Education
1642 Parliamentary Procedure Has a Future in Clubs and Communities Oehring, Richard 28 4 137 1987 Meetings
Parliamentary Procedure
Groups
1643 Delegates in Question Parks, Joyce C., CPP 28 4 142 1987 Delegates
1644 Regarding Committee Reports Ericson, Jon 28 4 145 1987 Committees
Reports
1645 American Vice President: Chairman of the Senate, The Patti, Anthony P. 28 4 146 1987 Legislatures
Presiding
1646 Introducing a Club to Parliamentary Procedure Marston, Arthur, CP 28 4 151 1987 Parliamentary Procedure
Groups
1647 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 28 4 152 1987 Opinions
1648 Proxy vote on secondary motions 87-248 28 4 152 1987 Proxies
Voting
1649 Proxy form: inclusion of bylaw provisions 87-249 28 4 153 1987 Proxies
Bylaws
1650 Proxy form: restrictions to proxy holder 87-250 28 4 154 1987 Proxies
1651 Criticism by British Travellers of the Deliberative Oratory of Henry Clay of Kentucky Trimble, John C. 28 4 155 1987 Debate
1652 Consensus Butcher, Miriam, CPP 28 4 160 1987 Voting
1653 Parliamentary Guide for Church Leaders, A, McCarty [Review] LaRue, Claire, CP 28 4 162 1987 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
1654 Let’s Let Bygones be Bygones Elliott, Lee, CP 28 4 165 1987 Group Dynamics
1655 Final Word, The Farwell, Hy, CPP 28 4 167 1987 Parliamentary Journal
1656 Information for Contributors Editor 28 4 BCI 1987 Parliamentary Journal
1657 Letter From the Editor McFadden, Helen T. 29 1 1 1988 Parliamentary Journal
1658 Parliamentarians and Their Organizations McDow, Roberta M. 29 1 3 1988 Parliamentarian
Groups
1659 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 29 1 18 1988 Opinions
1660 Resolution on same subject adopted 88-251 29 1 18 1988 Motions
1661 Resolutions committee: frivolous motion 88-252 29 1 18 1988 Committees
Conventions
Motions
1662 Secretary: minutes 88-253 29 1 19 1988 Minutes
Officers
1663 Cumulative voting 88-254 29 1 19 1988 Voting
1664 Sturgis: The Third Edition Bliss, Edwin C., CP 29 1 21 1988 Parliamentary Authorities
1665 Parliamentary Flash Cards Stackpole, John D., CP 29 1 25 1988 Education
1666 Basics of Parliamentary Procedure, Burstein [Review] Sussman, Bernard 29 1 36 1988 Parliamentary Procedure
Book Review
1667 Chairman or Chairperson Bagley, Toni 29 1 39 1988 Terminology
1668 Information for Contributors Editor 29 1 BCI 1988 Parliamentary Journal
1669 Letter From the Editor McFadden, Helen T. 29 2 41 1988 Parliamentary Journal
1670 Painless Principles of Pedagogy in Parliamentary Procedure Oehring, Richard, CP 29 2 43 1988 Parliamentary Procedure
Professionalism
1671 Motion, Suggestion, Recommendation, Order Flatto, Eli, Ph.D. 29 2 53 1988 Motions
Minutes
1672 Reference Guide to Procedures for Meetings and Organizations [Review] Banks, Margaret A., CPP 29 2 58 1988 Book Review
Parliamentary Procedure
1673 Parlamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 29 2 61 1988 Opinions
1674 Bylaws: eligibility for office 88-255 29 2 61 1988 Officers
Bylaws
1675 Bylaws: Directors as officers 88-256 29 2 61 1988 Bylaws
Officers
1676 Consider seriatim: amendment 88-257 29 2 62 1988 Motions
1677 Previous question 88-258 29 2 62 1988 Motions
1678 Vice president: appointment 88-259 29 2 63 1988 Officers
1679 Disciplining Members Plaisted, Thais, CPP 29 2 65 1988 Discipline
1680 Intent and Terminology Farwell, H. W., CPP 29 2 77 1988 Terminology
1681 Prospective Authors, To Editor 29 2 80 1988 Parliamentary Journal
1682 Information for Contributors Editor 29 2 BCI 1988 Parliamentary Journal
1683 Roots of American Parliamentary Heritage Botan, Carl 29 3 81 1988 History
1684 Early Procedure in State and National Legislatures Peterson, Sanford W., Ph.D. 29 3 84 1988 History
Legislatures
Parliamentary Procedure
1685 Thomas Jefferson: The Manual and Its Sources Sussman, Bernard, JD 29 3 96 1988 History
1686 Our Pioneers: Luther S. Cushing and Henry M. Robert Phifer, Gregg, Ph.D. 29 3 103 1988 History
Parliamentary Authorities
1687 Parliamentary Law in Transition: Robert to Riddick McBath,-James H., Ph.D. 29 3 114 1988 History
Parliamentary Law
1688 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 29 3 123 1988 Opinions
1689 What is the Texas ballot and how is it used? 88-260 29 3 123 1988 Ballots
1690 Who designs a mail ballot? 88-261 29 3 125 1988 Ballots
1691 Effect of dissolving board 88-262 29 3 125 1988 Board of Directors
1692 Extend debate moot after previous question ordered 88-263 29 3 126 1988 Motions
Precedence
1693 Discharge officers, reelection valid? 88-264 29 3 126 1988 Officers
Elections
1694 Courtesy letters 88-265 29 3 126 1988 Decorum
Group Dynamics
1695 Official Record, The 88-266 29 3 126 1988 Minutes
1696 Letter From the Editor McFadden, Helen 29 3 128 1988 Parliamentary Journal
1697 Information for Contributors Editor 29 3 BCI 1988 Parliamentary Journal
1698 Parliamentarians Relate to Law and Free Speech Rice, George P., JD 29 4 129 1988 Parliamentarian
Professionalism
1699 Reply to Bagley, a: Consideration of Reasons for Not Using the Term “Chairman” Ragsdale, J. Gaut, Ph.D. 29 4 140 1988 Terminology
1700 Skeleton in the Community, A McDonald, Bill 29 4 143 1988 City Council
1701 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 29 4 145 1988 Opinions
1702 Vote of “majority of members present” 88-267 29 4 145 1988 Voting
1703 Board’s right to present bylaw amendment 88-268 29 4 145 1988 Board of Directors
Bylaws
1704 Dissenting chairman 88-269 29 4 146 1988 Presiding
1705 Nominating committee report 88-270 29 4 146 1988 Nominations
Reports
Committees
1706 Interpretation of bylaws 88-271 29 4 147 1988 Bylaws
1707 Secretary and the minutes, The 88-272 29 4 148 1988 Officers
Minutes
1708 Amendment to strike out a motion 88-273 29 4 148 1988 Motions
1709 Dissimilarities in Parliamentary Procedure Comparative Study Rivera-Rivera, Dominga, JD 29 4 149 1988 Parliamentary Procedure
Research
1710 Information for Contributors Editor 29 4 BCI 1988 Parliamentary Journal
1711 Robert’s Rules of Order: Editions, Reprints, and Competitors Banks, Margaret A., CP 30 1 1 1989 Parliamentary Authorities
1712 Nomination and Election of officers Lee, Lawrence L., CPP 30 1 16 1989 Nominations
Elections
1713 Student Opportunities for Democratic Growth McDow, Roberta M., CPP 30 1 20 1989 Democracy
Education
1714 Voting: Many Candidates, Few Voters Stackpole, John D., Ph.D. 30 1 27 1989 Voting
1715 Voting: Many Candidates, Few Voters Battle, Constance U., MD 30 1 27 1989 Voting
1716 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 30 1 31 1989 Opinions
1717 Bylaws: When in effect? 89-274 30 1 31 1989 Bylaws
1718 Appointment of tellers 89-275 30 1 31 1989 Elections
Ballots
1719 Bylaws: error in notice 89-276 30 1 32 1989 Bylaws
Notice
1720 Chairman’s vote 89-277 30 1 32 1989 Presiding
Voting
1721 Bylaws: inclusion of society’s boundaries 89-278 30 1 33 1989 Bylaws
1722 Adoption of parliamentary authority 89-279 30 1 33 1989 Parliamentary Authorities
1723 Parliamentary authorities 89-280 30 1 33 1989 Parliamentary Authorities
1724 Comments on 1988 From Our Readers Editor 30 1 35 1989 AIP Organization
1725 Letter to the Editor [disciplining member] Sussman, Bernard J. 30 1 35 1989 Discipline
1726 Letter to the Editor (title Chairman] Hare-Mustin, Rachel T., Ph.D. 30 1 36 1989 Presiding
Officers
1727 Letter to the Editor (early procedures] Patti, Anthony P. 30 1 37 1989 History
1728 Parliamentary Journal Editorial Policy Editor 30 1 38 1989 Parliamentary Journal
1729 Special Offer [bound editions] Editor 30 1 39 1989 AIP Organization
1730 Information for Contributors Editor 30 1 BCI 1989 Parliamentary Journal
1731 Jefferson’s Parliamentary Papers [Review] Sussman, Bernard, CP 30 2 41 1989 History
1732 Looking Back From the 21st Century Farwell, Hermon W., CPP 30 2 50 1989 Humor
1733 Key to Human Behavior — Is Order, The Schrang, Edmund J., AIA 30 2 55 1989 Group Dynamics
1734 I Remember Florence McDow, Roberta, CPP 30 2 58 1989 Obituary
1735 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 30 2 64 1989 Opinions
1736 Vote of a majority of the members present 89-281 30 2 64 1989 Voting
1737 Quorum requirement 89-282 30 2 65 1989 Quorum
1738 Approval of treasurer’s report 89-283 30 2 65 1989 Reports
1739 Referral of point of order 89-284 30 2 65 1989 Motions
1740 Validity of election 89-285 30 2 66 1989 Elections
1741 Secretary casts ballot 89-286 30 2 66 1989 Elections
1742 Election results: Sturgis 3rd and RONR 89-287 30 2 67 1989 Elections
Parliamentary Authorities
1743 Substitute Motion Misused Southworth, William, CPP 30 2 68 1989 Motions
1744 You Can Request — But You Can’t Force Me to Withdraw My Motion Bagley, Toni, CPP 30 2 71 1989 Withdrawal
Motions
1745 Point of Order — and the Council was in Disorder Courier-Mail, The 30 2 74 1989 Motions
City Council
1746 Editor’s Note Editor 30 2 75 1989 Parliamentary Journal
1747 Information for Contributors Editor 30 2 BCI 1989 Parliamentary Journal
1748 Is the Parliamentarian a ‘Counselor, with an Affirmative Responsibility to Clients Which Goes Beyond Correct Parliamentary Advice and Interpretations? Ewbank, Henry L., Ph.D. 30 3 76 1989 Parliamentarian
1749 Organizational Consulting Model for Parliamentary Interventions, An Botan, Carl, Ph.D. 30 3 79 1989 Parliamentarian
Group Dynamics
1750 Personal View of the Role of the Parliamentarian, A Demeter, Lee, Ed.D. 30 3 84 1989 Parliamentarian
1751 Peacemakers, The Wilde, Shirley, CP 30 3 88 1989 Parliamentarian
1752 Henry Martyn Robert; ‘Robert’s Rules of Order’ Author Stevenson, Lalla 30 3 90 1989 Biography
1753 Yes Should Mean Yes and No Should Mean No DiStasio, Joseph G., DMD 30 3 93 1989 Voting
Terminology
1754 Double Talk Brain-Teasers on Parliamentary Intrigue Townsend, Geraldine C., CP 30 3 95 1989 Tactics
Parliamentary Procedure
1755 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 30 3 96 1989 Opinions
1756 Invalid election 89-288 30 3 96 1989 Elections
1757 Special meeting to reballot: who presides? 89-289 30 3 96 1989 Meetings
Presiding
Voting
1758 President-elect: nominating committee 89-290 30 3 97 1989 Nominations
Committees
Officers
1759 Cumulative voting 89-291 30 3 97 1989 Voting
1760 Objection to incidental main motion 89-292 30 3 98 1989 Motions
1761 Adjourn during voting 89-293 30 3 98 1989 Voting
Motions
1762 Invalid motion: minutes 89-294 30 3 99 1989 Motions
Minutes
1763 Fair Balloting for Three Council Seats with Six Nominees Southworth, William, Ph.D. 30 3 100 1989 Ballots
Voting
1764 Addendum: You Can Request — But You Can’t Force Me to Withdraw My Motion by Toni Bagley Butcher, Miriam, CPP 30 3 102 1989 Withdrawal
Motions
1765 How Do You Rate? Butcher, Miriam, CPP 30 3 103 1989 Parliamentary Procedure
1766 Editor’s Note Editor 30 3 105 1989 Parliamentary Journal
1767 Information for Contributors Editor 30 3 BCI 1989 Parliamentary Journal
1768 Constitutional Problems with Statues Regulating Ballot Positions Dreyer, Mark E. 30 4 106 1989 Ballots
1769 Revision of Mason’s Manual, The Brown, The Honorable Joe 30 4 123 1989 Parliamentary Authorities
1770 Value of a Parliamentarian over Time, The Gallagher, Sheila C. 30 4 125 1989 Parliamentarian
1771 P. S. — A Pocket Summary McDow, Roberta, CPP 30 4 132 1989 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
1772 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 30 4 133 1989 Opinions
1773 Bylaws: ordering a revision 89-295 30 4 133 1989 Bylaws
Motions
1774 Bylaws: “amendment” vs. “revision” 89-296 30 4 133 1989 Bylaws
1775 Bylaws: priority for consideration of revision 89-297 30 4 134 1989 Bylaws
1776 Right of new members to vote 89-298 30 4 135 1989 Membership
Rights
Voting
1777 Vacancy: appointment of replacement 89-299 30 4 135 1989 Officers
1778 Bylaws: mandatory changes by superior body 89-300 30 4 135 1989 Bylaws
1779 Bylaws: editorial changes 89-301 30 4 136 1989 Bylaws
1780 Invocation, An Casebolt, John M., MD 30 4 137 1989 Meetings
1781 What About Majority Rights? Farwell, H. W., CPP 30 4 139 1989 Rights
1782 Courts Moot and English Legislative and Judicial Institutions Rice, George P. 30 4 146 1989 Legislatures
Rights
1783 Notice of Correction Editor 30 4 151 1989 Parliamentary Journal
1784 Information for Contributors Editor 30 4 BCI 1989 Parliamentary Journal
1785 New Low: A Motion to Discuss, A Crowell, William P. 31 1 1 1990 Motions
1786 New Low: A Motion to Discuss, A Ivey, Olin M., Ph.D. 31 1 1 1990 Motions
1787 What’s in a Name? McDow, Roberta M., CPP 31 1 8 1990 Terminology
Symbols
1788 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 31 1 12 1990 Opinions
1789 Succession to presidency 90-302 31 1 12 1990 Officers
1790 Delegates: vacancies 90-303 31 1 12 1990 Delegates
1791 Object to consideration: nominations 90-304 31 1 13 1990 Motions
Nominations
1792 Amendment without debate 90-305 31 1 13 1990 Motions
Debate
1793 Parliamentary authority 90-306 31 1 14 1990 Parliamentary Authorities
1794 Committee to approve the minutes 90-307 31 1 14 1990 Committees
Minutes
1795 British Variations: Thoughts on Reading The Conduct of Meetings Shepard, David W. 31 1 16 1990 Meetings
Outside the United States
1796 Routing Slip for Motions — A Tool for the New Parliamentarian, A Casebolt, John M., MD 31 1 23 1990 Motions
Parliamentary Procedure
Tactics
1797 Reference Committees Starshak, Thomas J., DDS, CP 31 1 31 1990 Committees
Conventions
1798 Information for Contributors Editor 31 1 BCI 1990 Parliamentary Journal
1799 Quorum: Percentage or Absolute Number??? Browne, Joseph P. 31 2 37 1990 Quorum
1800 Sturgis v. Robert A Comparison of Two Systems or Parliamentary R Starshak, Thomas J., DDS, CP 31 2 43 1990 Parliamentary Authorities
1801 Remembering April as Parliamentary Emphasis Month Zelko, Harold P. 31 2 50 1990 Symbols
1802 Remembering April as Parliamentary Emphasis Month Strange, Sherry C. 31 2 50 1990 Symbols
1803 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 31 2 53 1990 Opinions
1804 Replacement of minutes 90-308 31 2 53 1990 Minutes
1805 Loss of charter 90-309 31 2 54 1990 Discipline
1806 Nominating committee: reelection of same membership 90-310 31 2 54 1990 Nominations
1807 Filling of vacancy 90-311 31 2 54 1990 Officers
1808 May board amend society’s standing rules? 90-312 31 2 55 1990 Board of Directors
Standing Rules
1809 Guide to Taking the AIP Certification Examinations, A Pohl, Alice N., CPP 31 2 56 1990 Certification
Education
1810 Parliamentary Procedure and Democratic Theory: Two Perspectives Ray, John W. 31 2 63 1990 Parliamentary Procedure
Democracy
1811 More About “What’s in a Name?” Farwell, Hy, CPP 31 2 70 1990 Terminology
Symbols
1812 Of Horses, Running and Drawing Lots McDow, Roberta M., CPP 31 2 73 1990 Elections
Voting
1813 Information for Contributors Editor 31 2 BCI 1990 Parliamentary Journal
1814 Speaker of the House of Commons, The McBath, James H. 31 3 79 1990 Outside the United States
Legislatures
Presiding
1815 Limit or Extend Limits of Debate: another motion to be eliminated? Ericson, Jon 31 3 84 1990 Motions
1816 New Improved(?) Robert’s Rules, The Sussman, Bernard J., CP 31 3 88 1990 Parliamentary Authorities
1817 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 31 3 92 1990 Opinions
1818 Meeting by telephone 90-313 31 3 92 1990 Meetings
1819 Gender-neutral bylaws 90-314 31 3 92 1990 Bylaws
1820 Alternatives to “chairman” 90-315 31 3 93 1990 Terminology
1821 Asking for abstentions 90-316 31 3 93 1990 Voting
1822 Convention and delegates 90-317 31 3 94 1990 Conventions
Delegates
1823 Introduction of resolutions at a convention 90-318 31 3 95 1990 Conventions
Motions
1824 Robert’s and Sturgis’ Charts of Motions DiStasio, Joseph G., DMD 31 3 97 1990 Motions
Precedence
1825 (not identified) (not identified) (not identified) (not identified) (not identified) 1990 (not identified)
1826 Condominium Law and Its Parliamentary Procedure Provisions Revira-Revira, Dominga, JD 31 3 101 1990 Home Owners
Parliamentary Procedure
1827 Congratulations! You’ve Been Elected to the Board! Connell, Dorothy Hannley, CPP 31 3 106 1990 Board of Directors
1828 Information for Contributors Editor 31 3 BCI 1990 Parliamentary Journal
1829 Rescind: How Soon May the Motion Be Made? Erickson, ion, Ph.D. 31 4 110 1990 Motions
1830 Tellers Tabulating Tallies — Another Method Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 31 4 115 1990 Voting
Elections
1831 Trust and Procedure Farwell, Hy, CPP 31 4 117 1990 Parliamentary Procedure
1832 Letters to the Editor – 1990 Editor 31 4 123 1990 Parliamentary Journal
1833 Protocol Porter, McKenzie 31 4 123 1990 Protocol
1834 Motion to discuss [letter to editor] Elliott, A.L., CP 31 4 125 1990 Debate
Motions
1835 Opinion 30-311 [filling vacancy; letter to editor] Browne, Joseph P., CSC 31 4 126 1990 Officers
1836 Response to Rev. Browne [filling vacancy] Banks, Margaret A., CPP 31 4 127 1990 Officers
1837 1990 Robert, The Phifer, Gregg, Ph.D. 31 4 128 1990 Parliamentary Authorities
1838 Are We Barking Up the Wrong Tree? Gmeinder, Thomas J., JD 31 4 136 1990 Parliamentary Procedure
1839 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 31 4 138 1990 Opinions
1840 Amending motions at special meetings 90-319 31 4 138 1990 Meetings
Motions
1841 Adoption of bylaws in event of consolidation 90-320 31 4 139 1990 Bylaws
1842 Action taken in absence of a quorum 90-321 31 4 139 1990 Quorum
Meetings
1843 Past president on board 90-322 31 4 140 1990 Board of Directors
Officers
1844 Status of life members when category abolished 90-323 31 4 141 1990 Membership
1845 Voting rights of social members 90-324 31 4 141 1990 Voting
1846 Letter From the Editor McFadden, Helen 31 4 142 1990 Parliamentary Journal
1847 Everything You Wanted to Know About Committees McDougall, Phyl 31 4 143 1990 Committees
1848 Decision Making in Groups: Parliamentary Procedure or Consensus? Zelko, Harold P. 31 4 149 1990 Groups
1849 Decision Making in Groups: Parliamentary Procedure or Consensus? Strange, Sherry C. 31 4 149 1990 Groups
1850 Concept of the Ex Officio Member: Is Semantics the Name of the Game? Flatto, Eli 31 4 158 1990 Membership
1851 Information for Contributors Editor 31 4 BCI 1990 Parliamentary Journal
1852 Letter From the Editor, A Farwell, Hy 32 1 1 1991 Parliamentary Journal
1853 Subsidiary Motions and the State Legislatures Shepard, David W. 32 1 3 1991 Motions
Legislatures
1854 Limitation of Terms of office — Good Idea or Bad? Southworth, William Dixon 32 1 10 1991 Officers
Rights
1855 Few Words About Style, A Editor 32 1 12 1991 Parliamentary Journal
1856 Imposing Cloture in the U.S. Senate Phifer, Gregg, CPP 32 1 13 1991 Legislatures
Debate
1857 Barkalot Dog Training Club, The Gold Reef Chapter AIP 32 1 19 1991 Education
1858 Previous Notice and Waiver of Notice Starshak, Thomas J., CPP 32 1 23 1991 Notice
1859 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 32 1 26 1991 Opinions
1860 Selecting permanent directors 91-325 32 1 26 1991 Officers
1861 Recision by majority of membership 91-326 32 1 26 1991 Membership
1862 Meaning of four-fifths vote in bylaw provision 91-327 32 1 27 1991 Voting
Bylaws
1863 Minutes: right to move approval 91-328 32 1 27 1991 Minutes
1864 Minutes: Approval versus verification 91-329 32 1 28 1991 Minutes
1865 Automatic change to RONR 1990 91-330 32 1 29 1991 Parliamentary Authorities
1866 Endnotes, Citations and Other Things Farwell, H.W. 32 1 30 1991 Parliamentary Journal
1867 Parliamentary Bricolage or Reconsideration and the Machiavellians Among Us Sarbeck, Tom 32 1 31 1991 Motions
Tactics
1868 Information for Contributors Editor 32 1 BCI 1991 Parliamentary Journal
1869 Letter From the Editor, A Farwell, Hy 32 2 41 1991 Parliamentary Journal
1870 Growth of the Common Law, The Rice, George P. 32 2 42 1991 Legal
History
1871 Professional Parliamentarian and the Community, The Connell, Dorothy H., CPP 32 2 46 1991 Parliamentarian
1872 Role of the Parliamentarian in Condominium/Congregate Living Projects White, James C. 32 2 48 1991 Parliamentarian
Home Owners
1873 Parliamentary Practices at Shareholder Meetings Ragsdale, J. Gaut 32 2 51 1991 Parliamentary Procedure
Meetings
1874 Homeowners Association Manual, The [Review] Stackpole, John D., CP 32 2 57 1991 Home Owners
Book Review
1875 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 32 2 62 1991 Opinions
1876 Effect on quorum of diminishing number present 91-331 32 2 62 1991 Quorum
1877 Parliamentarian taking initiative in advising chair 91-332 32 2 62 1991 Parliamentarian
1878 Parliamentarian addressing assembly 91-333 32 2 63 1991 Parliamentarian
1879 Objection to the consideration of a question 91-334 32 2 63 1991 Motions
1880 Convention Parliamentarian, The Phifer, Gregg, CPP 32 2 65 1991 Conventions
Parliamentarian
1881 Beyond the Convention Parliamentarian: The National Parliamentarian Sylvester, Nancy, CPP, PRP 32 2 70 1991 Parliamentarian
1882 AIP’s Alyce Baker Baker, Baker, CPP 32 2 76 1991 Biography
1883 Something Different in the Air Burstein, Gerald “Bummy”, CPP 32 2 79 1991 Parliamentary Procedure
Meetings
1884 Information for Contributors Editor 32 2 BCI 1991 Parliamentary Journal
1885 Letter from the Editor, A Farwell, Hy 32 3 81 1991 Parliamentary Journal
1886 Faculty Senate Parliamentarian, The McBeth, James H. 32 3 82 1991 Parliamentarian
Faculty
1887 Role of the Faculty Senate Parliamentarian, The Haun, Martha J., CP 32 3 86 1991 Parliamentarian
Faculty
1888 Another Note From the Editor Editor 32 3 89 1991 Parliamentary Journal
1889 On Senates: Whether Rational Or Simply Parliamentary Ewbank, Henry L. 32 3 90 1991 Legislatures
1890 How to Appear Attentive at a Boring Meeting San Francisco Chronicle 32 3 94 1991 Humor
1891 Parliamentary Puzzle Pittman, Edda R. 32 3 95 1991 Education
1892 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 32 3 100 1991 Opinions
1893 Status of bylaw providing for unalterable clause 91-335 32 3 100 1991 Bylaws
1894 Verifying voice vote by show of hands 91-336 32 3 101 1991 Voting
1895 Amendment changing intent of main motion 91-337 32 3 101 1991 Motions
1896 Effect of lack of quorum on non-attendance of member 91-338 32 3 102 1991 Quorum
1897 Creating an Effective Parish Pastoral Council, A [Review] McDow, Roberta, CPP 32 3 104 1991 Bylaws
Book Review
1898 Debating Against a Motion or Argument And Strategy in Defeating a Motion Zelko, Harold P. 32 3 107 1991 Debate
Motions
Tactics
1899 Aspects of AIP Growth and Expansion Malk, Ida, CPP 32 3 112 1991 AIP Organization
1900 Sample Standing Rules Stackpole, John D., CP, PRP 32 3 114 1991 Standing Rules
1901 Parliamentarian and the Tellers: A Prescription, The Southworth, William Dixon 32 3 119 1991 Parliamentarian
Voting
1902 Information for Contributors Editor 32 3 BCI 1991 Parliamentary Journal
1903 Letter from the Editor, A Farwell, Hy, CPP 32 4 121 1991 Parliamentary Journal
1904 Working Model for Parliamentarian-Client Relationships, A Bierbaum, M. Eugene, CPP 32 4 122 1991 Professionalism
Parliamentarian
1905 All are Out of Step … Except Willie McCabe, Jim, CP 32 4 129 1991 Parliamentary Procedure
1906 Deschier’s Rules of Order — One Reader’s Recommendation Goldsworthy, Kim, CP 32 4 131 1991 Parliamentary Authorities
1907 Chairing a Meeting with Confidence: An Easy Guide to Rules and Procedures [Review] Banks, Margaret, CPP 32 4 134 1991 Meetings
Presiding
Book Review
1908 Few Things About the office of Secretary, A McDougall, Phyllis E. 32 4 137 1991 Officers
1909 Notes and Comments on Robert’s Rules, A, Ericson [Review] Patnode, Darwin, CPP 32 4 145 1991 Book Review
Parliamentary Procedure
1910 Author’s Response: The Patnode Review, The Ericson, Jon 32 4 148 1991 Parliamentary Procedure
Book Review
1911 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 32 4 152 1991 Opinions
1912 Ballot vote requirement 91-339 32 4 152 1991 Voting
Ballots
1913 Failure of the chair to take vote on motions 91-340 32 4 153 1991 Presiding
Voting
1914 Meaning of “simple majority.” 91-341 32 4 154 1991 Voting
1915 Meaning of “absolute majority.” 91-342 32 4 154 1991 Voting
1916 Conflict of interest 91-343 32 4 155 1991 Ethics
Professionalism
1917 Letter to the Editor [permanent bylaw provision] Sussman, Bernard, CP 32 4 156 1991 Bylaws
1918 Informal Consideration – Let’s Use It Butcher, Miriam, CPP 32 4 158 1991 Debate
1919 Parliamentary Authorities in State Legislatures Shepard, David 32 4 160 1991 Parliamentary Authorities
Legislatures
1920 Information for Contributors Editor 32 4 BCI 1991 Parliamentary Journal
1921 Letter from the Editor, A Farwell, Hy, CPP 33 1 1 1992 Parliamentary Journal
1922 Robert is the Only Choice Sylvester, Nancy, CPP 33 1 3 1992 Parliamentary Authorities
1923 Non-Profit Board of Directors, The Pohl, Alice N., CPP 33 1 10 1992 Board of Directors
Non-Profit
1924 Letter to the Editor [Faculty Senate Parliamentarian] Lochrie, James, CPP 33 1 15 1992 Parliamentarian
Faculty
1925 Keeping City Councils from Shooting Themselves in the Foot Richards, Gale L. 33 1 16 1992 City Council
1926 Expert Witness – Or Bystander? Southworth, William Dixon 33 1 26 1992 Parliamentarian
Legal
1927 Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure Stackpole, John D., CP 33 1 28 1992 Parliamentary Procedure
1928 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 33 1 31 1992 Opinions
1929 Amendment outside scope of notice 92-344 33 1 31 1992 Motions
Notice
1930 Withdrawal of candidate before ballot is mailed 92-345 33 1 32 1992 Nominations
Elections
1931 Dissenting member’s rights 92-346 33 1 32 1992 Rights
1932 Status of amendment regarding charter members 92-347 33 1 33 1992 Motions
Membership
Bylaws
1933 Losing an Election Doesn’t Always Mean Defeat (not identified) 33 1 34 1992 Elections
1934 Parliamentary Procedure and the Wisconsin Idea Larmer, Larry E. 33 1 35 1992 Parliamentary Procedure
1935 Information for Contributors Editor 33 1 BCI 1992 Parliamentary Journal
1936 Letter from the Editor, A Farwell, Hy, CPP 33 2 41 1992 Parliamentary Journal
1937 Indiana Code and the City Council, The Shepard, David W. 33 2 42 1992 City Council
Legal
1938 Meetings of a Planned Unit Development (Homeowners Association) Gray, Arthur 33 2 45 1992 Home Owners
Meetings
1939 Plea for Parliamentary Fillers, A Editor 33 2 48 1992 Parliamentary Journal
1940 Presider and the Parliamentarian–A Relationship, The Southworth, William Dixon 33 2 49 1992 Parliamentarian
Presiding
1941 Parliamentary Lessons: Applying Parliamentary Principles to Small Group Communication Fiordo, Richard 33 2 53 1992 Parliamentary Procedure
Education
1942 Letter to the Editor, A [debating against] Avedisian, Ronald, CP 33 2 60 1992 Debate
1943 Letter to the Editor, A [Unalterable bylaw] Banks, Margaret A., CPP 33 2 61 1992 Bylaws
1944 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 33 2 62 1992 Opinions
1945 Date that amendment takes effect 92-348 33 2 62 1992 Motions
1946 Dropping nominee from ballot 92-349 33 2 62 1992 Elections
1947 Withdrawal of resignation from board 92-350 33 2 63 1992 Withdrawal
Board of Directors
1948 Quorum set by statue 92-351 33 2 64 1992 Quorum
1949 Use of “Respectfully submitted” in signing reports 92-352 33 2 64 1992 Minutes
Reports
1950 Maybe Robert Is Not the Worst Choice, But.. Phifer, Gregg, CPP 33 2 66 1992 Parliamentary Authorities
1951 Letter to the Editor, A [Robert is only choice] Starshak, Thomas J., CPP, PRP 33 2 75 1992 Parliamentary Authorities
1952 Letter to the Editor, A [Robert is only choice] Sylvester, Nancy 33 2 77 1992 Parliamentary Authorities
1953 User-Friendly Parliamentary Procedure A Rebuttal Bliss, Edwin C., CPP 33 2 78 1992 Parliamentary Procedure
1954 Information for Contributors Editor 33 2 BCI 1992 Parliamentary Journal
1955 Letter from the Editor, A Farwell, Hy, CPP 33 3 81 1992 Parliamentary Journal
1956 Electoral College, The Pohl, Alice N., CPP 33 3 82 1992 Government Organizations
Elections
1957 Appeal Southworth, William D. 33 3 86 1992 Motions
1958 Parliamentary Skills In Meeting Management Arnold, David H. 33 3 90 1992 Meetings
Group Dynamics
1959 Letter to the Editor [Robert vs Sturgis] Sussman, Bernard J., CP 33 3 94 1992 Parliamentary Authorities
1960 Put Yourself In Focus Butcher, Miriam, CPP 33 3 95 1992 Professionalism
1961 Corporate Meeting Procedures White, James C. 33 3 99 1992 Meetings
Parliamentary Procedure
1962 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 33 3 103 1992 Opinions
1963 Nomination and election problems 92-353 33 3 103 1992 Nominations
Elections
1964 Meaning of “fiscal year.” 92-354 33 3 105 1992 Finances
1965 Supplemental Index [Review] Sussman, Bernard J., CP 33 3 107 1992 Book Review
1966 Electronic Quorum?, An Farwell, Hy, CPP 33 3 108 1992 Quorum
1967 Commissioners to try quorum by telephone Pueblo Chieftain, The 33 3 109 1992 Quorum
1968 Autonomous Committee: Unique Solution to a Problem, The Avedisian, Ronald, CP 33 3 110 1992 Committees
1969 Teaching the Youth Schrang, Edmund J. AIA-E 33 3 113 1992 Education
1970 Who Is Obligated to Use Parliamentary Procedure? Goldsworthy, Kim, CP 33 3 116 1992 Parliamentary Procedure
1971 There Goes Willie … down the drain McCabe, Jim, CP 33 3 118 1992 Tactics
1972 Information for Contributors Editor 33 3 BCI 1992 Parliamentary Journal
1973 Letter From the Editor, A Farwell, Hy, CPP 33 4 121 1992 Parliamentary Journal
1974 Adherence of Motions, The Bierbaum, M. Eugene, CPP 33 4 122 1992 Motions
1975 Which is to be Master? Sarbeck, Tom 33 4 130 1992 Parliamentary Procedure
1976 Ranking the Incidental Motions – Impossible? Goldsworthy, Kim, CP 33 4 133 1992 Motions
1977 Committees, Committees, Committees DiStasio, Joseph G., CPP 33 4 136 1992 Committees
1978 Cannon’s Concise Guide [Review] Ragsdale, Gaut, CPP 33 4 145 1992 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
1979 Cannon’s Concise Guide [a second review] Hollis, Barbara Coonley 33 4 148 1992 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
1980 The Jacksonville City Council and Procedure Zelko, Harold & Strange, Sherry C. 33 4 149 1992 City Council
1981 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 33 4 152 1992 Opinions
1982 Signing minutes 92-355 33 4 152 1992 Minutes
1983 Improper minutes 92-356 33 4 153 1992 Minutes
1984 Plumping or “bullet voting” 92-357 33 4 154 1992 Voting
1985 Validity of a point of order 92-358 33 4 154 1992 Motions
1986 Electronic Quorum? A Symposium, An (not identified) 33 4 156 1992 Quorum
1987 Information for Contributors Editor 33 4 BCI 1992 Parliamentary Journal
1988 Letter From the Editor, A Farwell, H. W., CPP 34 1 1 1993 Parliamentary Journal
1989 Four Motions To Postpone Baird, John E., CPP 34 1 2 1993 Motions
1990 Rules of Order, A [Review] Parks, Joyce C., CPP 34 1 16 1993 Book Review
Parliamentary Authorities
1991 Dr. Davis Replies [to review of his book] Davis, James E., M.D. 34 1 19 1993 Book Review
Parliamentary Authorities
1992 Readings in Parliamentary Law, A [Review] Ragsdale, Gaut, CPP 34 1 25 1993 Parliamentary Law
Book Review
1993 Previous Question As an Obstructionist Device, The Pauw, Alan D., CP 34 1 28 1993 Motions
Tactics
1994 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 34 1 32 1993 Opinions
1995 Status of Absentee Ballots 93-359 34 1 32 1993 Voting
Ballots
1996 Non-voting Member’s Eligibility for Office 93-360 34 1 33 1993 Officers
1997 Non-voting Member as President: Voting Rights when Presiding 93-361 34 1 33 1993 Voting
Rights
Presiding
1998 Tellers and Scrutineers 93-362 34 1 33 1993 Voting
1999 Effect of Abstentions 93-363 34 1 34 1993 Voting
2000 Proposing Bylaw Amendment Without Notice 93-364 34 1 34 1993 Bylaws
Notice
2001 An obscure Principle Lochrie, Jim, CPP 34 1 35 1993 Parliamentary Procedure
2002 Parliamentary Opinions II, A [Review] Simonson, Loretta, PRP 34 1 37 1993 Opinions
Book Review
2003 Mail Balloting Southworth, William Dixon 34 1 39 1993 Ballots
2004 Parliamentary Motions, A [Review] Bliss, Edwin C., CPP 34 1 42 1993 Motions
Book Review
2005 Comments on an Excellent Journal Elliot, Lee Elliott, CP 34 1 43 1993 Parliamentary Journal
2006 Readings in Parliamentary Law, Index to Editor 34 1 23 1993 (not identified)
2007 Information for Contributors Editor 34 1 BCI 1993 Parliamentary Journal
2008 Letter From the Editor, A Farwell, H. W., CPP 34 2 41 1993 Parliamentary Journal
2009 Managing Conflict with Parliamentary Procedure Vancil, David L. 34 2 42 1993 Parliamentary Procedure
Group Dynamics
2010 Court Tries Teleconferencing, A Bliss, Edwin C., CPP 34 2 51 1993 Legal
2011 Letter to the Editor [Division of Assembly] (not identified) 34 2 52 1993 Voting
2012 Wainberg’s Society Meetings Including Rules of Order [Review] Banks, Margaret A., CPP 34 2 53 1993 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
2013 Ex Officio Members Kerr, Truman C. 34 2 58 1993 Membership
2014 Birth of Parliamentary Practice, The Fauber, Francis 34 2 62 1993 History
2015 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 34 2 63 1993 Opinions
2016 Definition of “Policy” 93-365 34 2 63 1993 Terminology
2017 Status of Organization’s Policies 93-366 34 2 63 1993 Standing Rules
Special Rules of Order
2018 Absence of Accurate Minutes 93-367 34 2 64 1993 Minutes
2019 Whether a Proposed Amendment is Dilatory 93-368 34 2 65 1993 Motions
2020 You Decide – Strategy or Trickery Klausman, Jane M., CPP 34 2 66 1993 Tactics
2021 When Is a Motion Not a Motion? Merchant, Eli, CPP 34 2 67 1993 Motions
2022 Creating and Filling Blanks Southworth, William Dixon 34 2 71 1993 Motions
2023 Parliamentary Procedure? Avedisian, Ronald, CPP 34 2 75 1993 Parliamentary Procedure
2024 Note on Style, A Editor 34 2 79 1993 Parliamentary Journal
2025 Information for Contributors Editor 34 2 BCI 1993 Parliamentary Journal
2026 Letter From the Editor, A Farwell, H. W., CPP 34 3 81 1993 Parliamentary Journal
2027 Majority Rules Versus The Haverford Model: Decision-Making for Better or Worse Fiordo, Richard 34 3 82 1993 Parliamentary Procedure
2028 Previous Question: Origin and Development, The Slaughter, James H., CP 34 3 93 1993 Motions
History
2029 Government In the Sunshine Butcher, Miriam, CPP 34 3 99 1993 Government Organizations
2030 Consensus, Not Debate Welty, Joel David 34 3 101 1993 Debate
Democracy
2031 Parliamentary Procedure Looks to the Future Edwards, Pat, CP 34 3 104 1993 Parliamentary Procedure
2032 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 34 3 108 1993 Opinions
2033 Eligibility for Election as Trustee 93-369 34 3 108 1993 Elections
2034 Validity of Adoption of Bylaws Revision 93-370 34 3 108 1993 Bylaws
2035 Interpretation of Quorum Provision 93-371 34 3 109 1993 Quorum
2036 Loss of Quorum After Previous Question Ordered 93-372 34 3 110 1993 Quorum
2037 Firm Parliamentarian: Questions and Answers, The Sharma, Brahama D. 34 3 111 1993 Parliamentarian
2038 Rescind Southworth, William Dixon 34 3 113 1993 Motions
2039 Investigation of the Practice of Parliamentary Procedure, An Weitzel, Al, CP 34 3 116 1993 Parliamentary Procedure
2040 More Active Committee Participation Fauber, Francis 34 3 120 1993 Committees
2041 Information for Contributors Editor 34 3 BCI 1993 Parliamentary Journal
2042 FINAL Letter From the Editor, The Farwell, H. W., CPP 34 4 121 1993 Parliamentary Journal
2043 Parliamentary Law as Empowerment Riddick, Floyd M., CPP 34 4 123 1993 Parliamentary Law
2044 Seven Pillars of Parliamentary Wisdom, The Farwell, H. W., CPP 34 4 127 1993 Professionalism
2045 Parliamentary Procedure — It’s Just Like Being Home Amabile, Joseph D. 34 4 135 1993 Parliamentary Procedure
2046 Teaching Parliamentary Law In College Phifer, Greg, CPP 34 4 138 1993 Parliamentary Law
Education
2047 Managing Conflict: A Rebuttal Brien, David P. 34 4 144 1993 Group Dynamics
Meetings
2048 Those In Favor … (not identified) 34 4 145 1993 Voting
2049 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 34 4 146 1993 Opinions
2050 Mail Ballot as Alternative to Vote at Meeting 93-373 34 4 146 1993 Ballots
Voting
2051 Method of Proposing Bylaw Amendments 93-374 34 4 146 1993 Bylaws
2052 Meaning of “Simple Majority” – an Update 93-375 34 4 147 1993 Voting
2053 Agreement to Keep Secret Number of Votes Cast for Nominees 93-376 34 4 148 1993 Voting
2054 Incomplete Slate Submitted by Nominating Committee 93-377 34 4 148 1993 Nominations
2055 Ancient Secret Ballot? An Globe and Mail 34 4 149 1993 Ballots
2056 It’s Nice to be Back Sikkink, Don 34 4 150 1993 Parliamentarian
2057 Parliamentarian Serves a Condominium Association, The Connell, Dorothy Hannley, CPP 34 4 151 1993 Parliamentarian
Home Owners
2058 Teaching Parliamentary Procedure to Community Leaders Sylvester, Nancy, CPP 34 4 154 1993 Education
Leadership
2059 More on the Motion to Postpone Avedisian, Ronald, CPP 34 4 158 1993 Motions
2060 Withdrawal of a Motion Southworth, William Dixon 34 4 160 1993 Withdrawal
2061 Election Predictions (not identified) 34 4 163 1993 Elections
2062 Information for Contributors Editor 34 4 BCI 1993 Parliamentary Journal
2063 Key to Standard Parliamentary References Editor 34 4 BCI 1993 Research
Terminology
2064 Editorial Policy Editor 35 1 1 1994 Parliamentary Journal
2065 Application of Parliamentary Procedure to Meetings in Business a Sylvester, Nancy, PRP, CPP 35 1 3 1994 Parliamentary Procedure
Meetings
2066 Overhead Projector: A Tool of the Trade, The Bliss, Edwin C., CPP 35 1 14 1994 Tools
2067 Frequency of Parliamentary Procedure Classes in Higher Education Weitzel, Al, CP 35 1 16 1994 Education
Parliamentary Procedure
2068 Precise Terms for the Presiding Officer Slaughter, James H., J.D., CPP, 35 1 21 1994 Terminology
2069 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 35 1 26 1994 Opinions
2070 Reaffirming Position Previously Taken 94-378 35 1 26 1994 Motions
2071 Repeal by Implication 94-379 35 1 26 1994 Motions
2072 Business at Special Meeting: Appeal from Chair’s Decision 94-380 35 1 27 1994 Motions
Meetings
2073 Misuse of Question of Personal Privilege 94-381 35 1 28 1994 Motions
Rights
2074 Division of a Question: Amendment or Incidental Motion? 94-382 35 1 29 1994 Motions
2075 Parliamentary Procedure as the Major Part of a Course in Problem Gruner, Charles R., Ph.D. 35 1 31 1994 Parliamentary Procedure
Education
2076 Adult Education in Parliamentary Procedure from a Psychological Rivera-Rivera, Dominga, M.S., ED 35 1 35 1994 Education
Parliamentary Procedure
2077 Information for Contributors Editor 35 1 39 1994 Parliamentary Journal
2078 Letter from the Editor, A Haun, Martha J., Ph.D. 35 1 40 1994 Parliamentary Journal
2079 Editorial Policy Editor 35 2 41 1994 Parliamentary Journal
2080 Super majority: Super democratic–or simply undemocratic Ericson, Jon, Ph.D. 35 2 43 1994 Voting
2081 Subcommittee, The Pohl, Alice N., CPP 35 2 47 1994 Committees
2082 Parliamentarian as a Meeting Management Consultant, The Sylvester, Nancy, CPP, PRP 35 2 49 1994 Parliamentarian
Meetings
Professionalism
2083 Ethnic Conflict and the Limitations of Parliamentary Communicati Vancil, David L., Ph.D. 35 2 56 1994 Professionalism
2084 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 35 2 65 1994 Opinions
2085 Effective Date of Bylaw Amendment 94-383 35 2 65 1994 Bylaws
2086 Adopting More than One Parliamentary Authority 94-384 35 2 65 1994 Parliamentary Authorities
2087 Procedure for Expulsion of Member 94-385 35 2 66 1994 Discipline
2088 Action by Board on Committee Report 94-386 35 2 67 1994 Board of Directors
Reports
Committees
2089 Membership Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 35 2 69 1994 Membership
2090 Letter From the Editor Haun, Martha J. 35 2 72 1994 Parliamentary Journal
2091 Parliamentary Metaphor for Analyzing Conversations, A Phillips, Gary L., Ph.D. 35 2 72 1994 Group Dynamics
2092 Adopted Main Motion Does Not Belong to Any One In Particular, Th Sharma, Brahama D., Ph.D. 35 2 76 1994 Motions
2093 President or Parliamentarian–Who’s Really in Charge? Bliss, Edwin C., CPP 35 2 78 1994 Presiding
Officers
Meetings
2094 Information for Contributors Editor 35 2 80 1994 Parliamentary Journal
2095 Supermajority Debate: A Variation on a Theme, The Sarbeck, Tom 35 3 81 1994 Debate
Voting
2096 Robert vs. Sturgis Stackpole, John D., CPP, PRP 35 3 83 1994 Parliamentary Authorities
2097 Robert vs. Sturgis Parks, Joyce C., CPP 35 3 83 1994 Parliamentary Authorities
2098 So Now You Are The Treasurer! McDougall, Phyl 35 3 93 1994 Finances
Officers
2099 So Now You Are The Treasurer! Tsangaris, Nancy 35 3 93 1994 Finances
Officers
2100 Proxy Voting-Confidential? Roberts, Kristen Nicole 35 3 100 1994 Proxies
Voting
2101 How to Draft Bylaws Connell, Dorothy Hannley, CPP, P 35 3 105 1994 Bylaws
2102 Information for Contributors Editor 35 3 107 1994 Parliamentary Journal
2103 Workshop Tools Ringer, R. Jeffrey, Ph.D. 35 3 108 1994 Tools
2104 COMMENT [application of P.P. to business] Sikkink, Don, Ph.D. 35 3 110 1994 Parliamentary Procedure
Groups
2105 Violence in R90 (Or Redrum, She Wrote) McDow, Roberta, CPP, PRP, PS 35 3 111 1994 Parliamentary Authorities
2106 Letter From the Editor Haun, Martha ‘ J., Ph.D. 35 3 113 1994 Parliamentary Journal
2107 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 35 3 114 1994 Opinions
2108 Action by Board on Committee Report 94-386 35 3 114 1994 Committees
Board of Directors
Reports
2109 Board Suggesting Changes in Committee Recommendation 94-387 35 3 114 1994 Board of Directors
Committees
2110 Approval of Agenda 94-388 35 3 114 1994 Agenda
2111 Changing One Motion to Another 94-389 35 3 115 1994 Motions
2112 Censure or Expulsion of a Member 94-390 35 3 116 1994 Discipline
2113 Unanimous or General Consent Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 35 3 118 1994 Voting
2114 In the Beginning of AIP Practicums Riddick, Floyd M., CPP 35 4 123 1994 Education
History
2115 Who Says It Takes Two-Thirds? Farwell, H. W., CPP 35 4 126 1994 Voting
2116 Some Parliamentary Lessons From Court Cases Sussman, Bernard, CP 35 4 134 1994 Legal
Parliamentary Procedure
2117 Supermajority Supercontroversy, The Bliss, Edward C., CPP 35 4 141 1994 Voting
2118 Anatomy of the Decision-Making Process: A Vindication of Parliam Merchant, Eli, Ph.D., CPP 35 4 143 1994 Parliamentary Procedure
2119 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 35 4 148 1994 Opinions
2120 Lack of opportunity for nominations from the floor 94-391 35 4 148 1994 Nominations
2121 President-elect or president elect? 94-392 35 4 149 1994 Terminology
2122 Status of ex-officio members 94-393 35 4 151 1994 Membership
2123 Power of a Minority, The Pauw, Alan D., CP 35 4 153 1994 Group Dynamics
2124 Seven Rules for Writing Bylaws Avedisian, Ronald A., CPP 35 4 158 1994 Bylaws
2125 Same Difference, The Phifer, Gregg, Ph.D. 36 1 2 1995 Parliamentary Journal
2126 Wake-Up Call, A Sikkink, Don, Ph.D. 36 1 3 1995 Parliamentary Procedure
2127 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J. 36 1 5 1995 Parliamentary Journal
2128 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 36 1 6 1995 Opinions
2129 Referring back one article in a bylaws revision. 95-394 36 1 6 1995 Bylaws
2130 Failure of chair to announce result of vote. 95-395 36 1 7 1995 Voting
Presiding
2131 Postponement of motion made at special meeting. 95-396 36 1 8 1995 Meetings
Motions
2132 Hyphenating titles of officers. 95-397 36 1 9 1995 Terminology
2133 PSST! Your Decorum is Showing Pittman, Edda R. 36 1 11 1995 Decorum
2134 Use of a Speaker Pro Tempore in the Assembly and Procedures Used Evers, John T. 36 1 14 1995 Presiding
2135 Keesey’s Modern Parliamentary Procedure Reissued Hare-Mustin, Rachel T., Ph.D. 36 1 35 1995 Parliamentary Authorities
2136 Motion to Substitute, The Pohl, Alice N., CPP 36 1 37 1995 Motions
2137 Necessity of Parliamentary Procedure for Just Public Deliberatio Ray, John W., Ph.D. 36 2 42 1995 Parliamentary Procedure
Democracy
2138 Secretary Erred – According to Hettie, The Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 36 2 50 1995 Minutes
2139 Two Chairs? Slaughter, Jim, CPP 36 2 55 1995 Presiding
2140 Merriam Webster’s Rules of Order [Review] Ragsdale, Gaut, Ph.D., CPP 36 2 56 1995 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
2141 Concept of the Multiple-Choice Vote, The Merchant, Eli, Ph.D., CPP 36 2 59 1995 Voting
2142 Unbiased Ballot, An (or Round and Round We Go) McKechnie, Franklin B., MD, PRP 36 2 64 1995 Ballots
2143 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 36 2 67 1995 Opinions
2144 Correction to Opinion 94-393. Status of ex-officio members. 95-393 36 2 67 1995 Membership
Opinions
2145 Problems with a small quorum. 95-398 36 2 68 1995 Quorum
2146 Not hyphenating the word “bylaws.” 95-399 36 2 70 1995 Terminology
2147 Note: A last word on hyphens 95-XXX 36 2 71 1995 Terminology
2148 About Condominium Proxies Connell, Dorothy Hannley, CPP, P 36 2 73 1995 Proxies
Home Owners
2149 What About Proxies? Butcher, Miriam, CPP, PRP 36 2 76 1995 Proxies
2150 Other Editions of Webster Hollis, Barbara Coonley 36 2 79 1995 Parliamentary Authorities
2151 Letter from the Editor, A Haun, Martha J., Ph.D. 36 2 80 1995 Parliamentary Journal
2152 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., Ph.D. 36 3 82 1995 Parliamentary Journal
2153 Does the Majority Still Rule? Farwell, H.W., CPP 36 3 83 1995 Meetings
2154 Simplifying Parliamentary Procedure Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 36 3 89 1995 Parliamentary Procedure
2155 Parliamentary Motions: The Consequences of Balance and Imbalance Williamson, Robin N., Ph.D. 36 3 94 1995 Motions
Professionalism
2156 Voting by Proxy Pohl, Alice N., CPP 36 3 98 1995 Proxies
Voting
2157 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 36 3 101 1995 Opinions
2158 Severing the connection between two organizations. 95-400 36 3 101 1995 Group Dynamics
2159 Difference between delegates and representatives. 95-401 36 3 101 1995 Delegates
Representatives
2160 Delegates and alternates. 95-402 36 3 103 1995 Delegates
2161 Correcting minutes. 95-403 36 3 106 1995 Minutes
2162 Letter to the Editor [reconsider] Bossinger, Alan L. 36 3 106 1995 Motions
2163 Something New Under the Parliamentary Sun: The Vita Committee Stackpole, John D., Ph.D., CPP 36 3 107 1995 Committees
2164 Preferential Voting Systems [A Second Look] Hare-Mustin, Rachel T. 36 3 109 1995 Voting
2165 Information for Contributors Editor 36 3 118 1995 Parliamentary Journal
2166 Use of Reference Committees, The Sinclair, Eugene P., M.D. 36 4 122 1995 Conventions
Committees
2167 Why Can’t Lawyers Be More Like Us? Green, Cami, RP 36 4 126 1995 Group Dynamics
Professionalism
2168 Letter to the Editor [reconsider] Farwell, Hy 36 4 131 1995 Motions
2169 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 36 4 133 1995 Opinions
2170 Status of questions tabled or committed. 95-404 36 4 133 1995 Motions
2171 Amending bylaws adopted but not yet in force. 95-405 36 4 135 1995 Bylaws
Motions
2172 Parliamentarian’s role in relation to absence of a quorum. 95-406 36 4 136 1995 Quorum
Parliamentarian
2173 Requests and Inquiries Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 36 4 139 1995 Motions
2174 Protocol in Meetings [A Second Look] Grapes, Bernice 36 4 144 1995 Meetings
Protocol
2175 Negative Motions, Substitute and General Consent Wilburn, James F., MA, CPP 36 4 150 1995 Motions
2176 Word to Our Chapters, A Baker, Alyce, CPP 36 4 154 1995 Chapters
2177 Role of The Board, The Pohl, Alice N., CPP 36 4 156 1995 Board of Directors
2178 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., Ph.D. 36 4 159 1995 Parliamentary Journal
2179 Information for Contributors Editor 36 4 160 1995 Parliamentary Journal
2180 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., Ph.D. 37 1 2 1996 Parliamentary Journal
2181 Robert W. English Memorial Lecture 1996 Johnson, Charles, CPP 37 1 3 1996 Annual Session
AIP Organization
2182 How Are We Doing? Farwell, H. W., CPP 37 1 3 1996 AIP Organization
2183 Adopted Provisos and Adopted but Not-Yet-in-Force Bylaws: What i Stackpole, John D., CPP 37 1 13 1996 Proviso
Bylaws
Motions
2184 When a Majority is Not So Simple Peskin, Robert M., D.D.S. 37 1 21 1996 Voting
2185 Opinions Committee Guidelines Opinions Committee, The 37 1 25 1996 Opinions
2186 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 37 1 26 1996 Opinions
2187 Personal Reference in Minutes 96-407 37 1 26 1996 Minutes
2188 May, “Will,” “Shall,” and (improperly) “Must” in Bylaws 95-408 37 1 27 1996 Bylaws
Terminology
2189 Seeing, and Governing, the Elephant Sarbeck, Tom 37 1 31 1996 Parliamentary Procedure
2190 Is Consistency Foolish? Scofield, Patricia T. 37 1 38 1996 Parliamentary Procedure
Professionalism
2191 Information for Contributors Editor 37 1 40 1996 Parliamentary Journal
2192 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., Ph.D. 37 2 42 1996 Parliamentary Journal
2193 Bullet as a Ballot, The Butcher, Miriam P., CPP, PRP 37 2 42 1996 Voting
2194 Evolution of Parliamentary Procedure in the Assembly of Ancient Vancil, David L., Ph.D. 37 2 43 1996 Parliamentary Procedure
History
2195 Teaching Parliamentary Procedure through Writing a Handbook Sylvester, Nancy, MA, CPP, PRP 37 2 53 1996 Parliamentary Procedure
Education
2196 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 37 2 61 1996 Opinions
2197 Effect of “approving” the minutes. 96-409 37 2 61 1996 Minutes
2198 None of the Above on a ballot 96-410 37 2 62 1996 Voting
Ballots
2199 Nominating an ineligible candidate 96-411 37 2 65 1996 Nominations
2200 Circular Logic in Bylaw Membership Provision 96-412 37 2 68 1996 Bylaws
2201 Preconceived Motion, The Gilton, W. Ann, CPP, PRP 37 2 72 1996 Motions
2202 Does the Majority Always Rule? Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 37 2 75 1996 Rights
Meetings
2203 Information for Contributors Editor 37 2 79 1996 Parliamentary Journal
2204 Principles and Practices of Competent Presiding Ragsdale, Gaut, Ph.D., CPP, RP 37 3 81 1996 Presiding
2205 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., Ph.D. 37 3 88 1996 Parliamentary Journal
2206 Lay On the Table an Incidental Motion?, To Baird, John E., CPP 37 3 89 1996 Motions
2207 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 37 3 97 1996 Opinions
2208 Circular Logic (continued) 96-412 37 3 97 1996 Professionalism
Rights
2209 Attribution of Motions to Members 96-413 37 3 97 1996 Motions
2210 Making (Almost) the Same Motion a Second Time. 96-414 37 3 99 1996 Motions
2211 Bourinot’s Rules of Order [Review] Banks, Margaret A., Ph.D.. CPP. 37 3 102 1996 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
2212 Use of Consent and Priority Agendas in Conventions, The Soliday, J. Thomas, CP 37 3 107 1996 Agenda
Conventions
2213 Rescinding an Election or The Importance of a Conjunction Schilansky, Mark M., CPP, RP 37 3 113 1996 Elections
Motions
2214 Buy High–Sell Low, But Don’t Be Stupid McKechnie, Franklin B., MD, CP, 37 3 116 1996 Professionalism
2215 Letter to the Editor [committees] Butcher, Miriam, CPP, PRP 37 3 118 1996 Committees
2216 Letter to the Editor [ballot voting] Bossinger, Alan L., CP 37 3 119 1996 Voting
Ballots
2217 Information for Contributors Editor 37 3 120 1996 Parliamentary Journal
2218 Handsome Castles, But Built on Sand Sarbeck, Tom 37 4 121 1996 Meetings
Groups
2219 Letter to the Editor [Bourinot’s Rules] Banks, Margaret A. 37 4 130 1996 Parliamentary Authorities
2220 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 37 4 131 1996 Opinions
2221 Motion requiring previous notice not brought up by giver of noti 96-415 37 4 131 1996 Motions
Notice
2222 Conflict of Interest on Nominating Committee. 96-416 37 4 133 1996 Nominations
2223 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., Ph.D. 37 4 135 1996 Parliamentary Journal
2224 Lani Guinier and John C. Calhoun on Majority Rule and Majority R Ray, John W., Ph.D. 37 4 136 1996 History
Meetings
2225 Troubling “To Lay on the Table”, The Jacobs, Jonathan M., RP 37 4 143 1996 Motions
2226 Parliamentary Translations Baird, John E., Jr., Ph.D., CPP 37 4 151 1996 Terminology
2227 Make Your Parliamentary Authority “User Friendly” DiStasio, Dr. Joseph G., CPP, PR 37 4 154 1996 Parliamentary Authorities
2228 Parliamentarian as an Agent of Change, The Bliss, Edwin C., CPP 37 4 157 1996 Parliamentarian
2229 Information for Contributors Editor 37 4 BCI 1996 Parliamentary Journal
2230 Equality, Fairness and Common Sense Farwell, Hy, CPP 38 1 1 1997 Parliamentary Journal
2231 Puzzle from the Parliamentarian’s Corner, A Merchant, Dr. Eli, CPP 38 1 4 1997 Parliamentary Procedure
Education
2232 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 38 1 5 1997 Opinions
2233 Authority of Mayor to Veto any and all “actions.” 97-417 38 1 5 1997 City Council
Rights
2234 Direct Opinion Requests Opinions Committee, The 38 1 9 1997 Opinions
2235 Parliamentarian and the Law: Proxy Voting Absent Bylaw Provision Carson, Walter E., CP, RP 38 1 10 1997 Legal
Proxies
Parliamentarian
2236 Hare System of Preferential Balloting, The Lamb, Paul 38 1 12 1997 Voting
2237 Speak Up and Be Heard Zelko, Harold P. 38 1 18 1997 Debate
2238 Speak Up and Be Heard Strange, Sherry C. 38 1 18 1997 Debate
2239 Kill or Not To Kill: That is the Question, To McKechnie, Franklin B., MD, CP, 38 1 21 1997 Motions
2240 Buy High, Sell Low? Sarbeck, Tom 38 1 23 1997 Meetings
2241 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J. 38 1 26 1997 Parliamentary Journal
2242 Matching Games Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 38 1 27 1997 Education
2243 Evaluating the Professional Parliamentarian Evaluating the Professional Parliamentarian 38 1 31 1997 Parliamentarian
Professionalism
2244 Deliberation in the Ancient Roman Senate Goodwin, Jean, Ph.D. 38 1 33 1997 History
Outside the United States
2245 Censure and a Vote of No Confidence Jacobs, Jonathan M., RP 38 1 37 1997 Discipline
2246 Information for Contributors Editor 38 1 40 1997 Parliamentary Journal
2247 Reference Committees in the American Medical Association: Part I Arkin, Henry R., CPP, PRP 38 2 41 1997 Conventions
Committees
2248 Letter to the Editor [no confidence vote] Sussman, Bernard J., J.D., M.L.S 38 2 50 1997 Discipline
2249 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 38 2 51 1997 Opinions
2250 Slate of Nominees, A 97-418 38 2 51 1997 Nominations
Elections
2251 Committee of the Whole in Executive Session 97-419 38 2 53 1997 Committees
2252 Private Members’ Bills in the Bangladesh Parliament: A Stu: Pt I Ahmed, Nizam, Ph.D. 38 2 54 1997 Motions
Outside the United States
Legislatures
2253 Letter to the Editor [reconsider plus] Stackpole, John, CPP 38 2 60 1997 Motions
2254 Letter to the Editor [Jefferson’s manual] Johnson, T. Page 38 2 61 1997 History
2255 Another Parliamentarian’s Puzzle Stackpole, John, CPP 38 2 62 1997 Education
2256 Dealing with Pathological Participants Sussman, Bernard J., J.D., M.L.S 38 2 63 1997 Presiding
Meetings
2257 Sample Comprehensive Contract for Use by Parliamentary Consultan Pittman, Edda R. 38 2 69 1997 Parliamentarian
Professionalism
2258 Discussion or Debate? Pohl, Alice N., CPP-T 38 2 73 1997 Debate
2259 Information About Resolutions Gilton, W. Ann, CPP, PRP 38 2 75 1997 Motions
2260 Letter to the Editor [mayor’s veto] Shepard, David W. 38 2 77 1997 City Council
Legal
2261 Named Parliaments Sarbeck, Thomas 38 2 78 1997 Legislatures
2262 Answer to the January Parliamentary Puzzle Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 38 2 80 1997 Education
2263 Information for Contributors Editor 38 2 80 1997 Parliamentary Journal
2264 Comparing Government and Private Member’s Bills: Part II Ahmed, Nizam, Ph.D. 38 3 81 1997 Legislatures
Motions
Outside the United States
2265 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 38 3 87 1997 Opinions
2266 Record or Not To Record?, To 97-420 38 3 87 1997 Minutes
2267 How Far in the Future to Adjourn To? 97-421 38 3 88 1997 Motions
Meetings
2268 Role of Custom, The Jacobs, Jonathan M., RP 38 3 91 1997 Parliamentary Procedure
Precedence
Professionalism
2269 Four Instructive Court Cases Sussman, Bernard J., J.D., M.L.S 38 3 97 1997 Legal
Education
2270 Reply to a Letter to the Editor [mayor’s veto] Stackpole, John 38 3 103 1997 City Council
Legal
Motions
2271 Letter to the Editor [preferential balloting] Lamb, Paul, RP 38 3 104 1997 Voting
Ballots
2272 Bad Hare Day, A Stackpole, John D., CPP 38 3 105 1997 Voting
Ballots
2273 Quorum: What For and How Many? McKechnie, Franklin B., M.D., CP 38 3 110 1997 Quorum
2274 Ethics Code of Procedure Rivera-Rivera, Dominga, SD, CPP 38 3 112 1997 Ethics
2275 Stackpole’s Puzzle Answer Stackpole, John 38 3 115 1997 Education
2276 Handling Disruptive Members Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 38 3 116 1997 Meetings
Presiding
2277 Rules of Non-Parliamentary Procedure Specifically for the Orderl Pittman, Edda R., CP-T 38 3 119 1997 Parliamentary Procedure
Meetings
2278 Information for Contributors Editor 38 3 BCI 1997 Parliamentary Journal
2279 What is This Thing Called Co? Goldsmith, Helene R. 38 4 121 1997 Officers
2280 What is This Thing Called Co? Henselder, Carol A. 38 4 121 1997 Officers
2281 What is This Thing Called Co? Demeter, Dr. Lee, CPP, PRP 38 4 121 1997 Officers
2282 Parliamentary Language Baird, John E., CPP 38 4 126 1997 Terminology
2283 Short Note About the Flag Sussman, Bernard J., J.D., M.L.S 38 4 133 1997 Symbols
2284 Letter to the Editor [reconsider] Sarbeck, Tom 38 4 135 1997 Motions
2285 Parliamentary Crossword Puzzle Slaughter, James H., CPP-T, PRP 38 4 136 1997 Education
2286 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 38 4 137 1997 Opinions
2287 New Bylaw Amendments and “Scope” 97-422 38 4 137 1997 Bylaws
2288 President-Elect, then President: One Term or Two? 97-423 38 4 137 1997 Officers
2289 Deposing an Officer: Conflicting Rules 97-424 38 4 139 1997 Officers
2290 Letter to the Editor [reference committee] Kahn, Walter J., M.D. 38 4 142 1997 Conventions
Committees
2291 Courts Rule for Voluntary Organizations on Controlling Own Proce Soren, Marshall, J.D., CPP, PRC 38 4 143 1997 Legal
Rights
2292 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J. 38 4 146 1997 Parliamentary Journal
2293 Question of Fairness, A Jacobs, Jonathan M., RP 38 4 147 1997 Parliamentary Procedure
2294 Weighted Preferential Voting System Lamb, Paul A., RP 38 4 155 1997 Voting
2295 Crossword Puzzle Answer (not identified) 38 4 159 1997 Education
2296 Information for Contributors Editor 38 4 160 1997 Parliamentary Journal
2297 Voting–A Right or a Privilege Farwell, Hy, CPP 39 1 1 1998 Voting
Rights
2298 Letter to the Editor [recording meeting] Jacobs, Jonathan M., RP 39 1 5 1998 Minutes
2299 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 39 1 7 1998 Opinions
2300 Record or Not To Record? — Revisited, To 97-424 39 1 7 1998 Minutes
2301 Re-electing a President as President-Elect 98-425 39 1 8 1998 Voting
Officers
Elections
2302 Variable Number of Board Members 98-426 39 1 9 1998 Board of Directors
2303 Direct Opinions Requests Opinions Committee, The 39 1 10 1998 Opinions
2304 Parliamentarian organizations and Certifications Slaughter, Jim, JD, CPP-T PRP 39 1 11 1998 Certification
2305 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., Ph.D. 39 1 14 1998 Parliamentary Journal
2306 Procedure and Substance in the UN Security Council Ansoff, Peter 39 1 15 1998 Outside the United States
Parliamentary Procedure
Legislatures
2307 Avoiding Mail Ballot Snafus Rosenthal, Harry S., RP 39 1 21 1998 Ballots
2308 Bummy’s Basic Parliamentary Guide [Review] Sussman, Bernard J., CP 39 1 23 1998 Parliamentary Authorities
2309 Information for Contributors Editor 39 1 24 1998 Parliamentary Journal
2310 Democracy and Parliamentary Practice: Two Journeys, One Road Perlow, Jarrett B. 39 1 25 1998 Democracy
Parliamentary Procedure
2311 Letter to the Editor [recording meeting] Jacobs, Jonathan M., RP 39 1 35 1998 Minutes
2312 Minor Motions Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 39 1 38 1998 Motions
2313 U.S. Senate Rules and the Logic of Compromise Vancil, David L., Ph.D. 39 2 41 1998 Legislatures
Group Dynamics
2314 RONR/90 and a Member’s Rights Jacobs, Jonathan M., RP 39 2 47 1998 Parliamentary Authorities
Rights
2315 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 39 2 55 1998 Opinions
2316 Should the president-elect take over if the president resigns? 98-427 39 2 55 1998 Officers
2317 Should the president-elect take over [dissenting opinion] 98-427Dissent 39 2 57 1998 Officers
2318 Should the president-elect take over [additional comments] 98-427Add 39 2 58 1998 Officers
2319 How should a committee of one report? 98-428 39 2 59 1998 Committees
2320 Our American Flag McKechnie, Franklin B., MD, CPP, 39 2 60 1998 Symbols
2321 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J. 39 2 63 1998 Parliamentary Journal
2322 Thinking Big Thomas, Peter John 39 2 64 1998 Parliamentary Procedure
2323 Open Meetings: Public Criticism of Personnel? Stemmons, Bill 39 2 66 1998 Meetings
Staff
2324 Setting Up A Permanent Organization Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 39 2 69 1998 Meetings
Bylaws
2325 Authority: Editorial [A Second Look] Tacey, William S. 39 2 72 1998 Parliamentary Procedure
2326 Synthesizing Parliamentary Procedure and Politics [A Second Look] O’Brien, Gary W. 39 2 73 1998 Parliamentary Procedure
2327 Vote or To Consent?, To Farwell, Hy, CPP 39 3 81 1998 Voting
2328 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 39 3 86 1998 Opinions
2329 Removing the lowest vote recipient from a ballot. 98-429 39 3 86 1998 Elections
2330 Speaking More than Twice. 98-430 39 3 87 1998 Debate
2331 Not-Quite Secret Ballot, A 98-431 39 3 88 1998 Ballots
2332 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J. 39 3 89 1998 Parliamentary Journal
2333 Disabilities and Procedure Jacobs, Jonathan M., RP 39 3 90 1998 Parliamentary Procedure
Rights
2334 Information for Contributors Editor 39 3 94 1998 Parliamentary Journal
2335 Of Previous Question Lamb, Paul, CP 39 3 95 1998 Motions
2336 Repeal-Rescind, Are They the Same? Pohl, Alice N., CPP-T 39 3 98 1998 Motions
2337 Letter to the Editor [president-elect] Lochrie, J. (Jim) 39 3 99 1998 Officers
2338 Letter to the Editor [drop from ballot] Jacobs, Jonathan M. 39 3 101 1998 Ballots
Elections
2339 American Parliamentary Debate Haun, Martha J., Ph.D., PRP 39 3 102 1998 Debate
2340 Voting Procedures Phifer, Gregg, Ph.D., CPP-T 39 4 105 1998 Voting
2341 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., Ph.D. 39 4 108 1998 Parliamentary Journal
2342 Abstentions, Acclamation and Friendly Amendment Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 39 4 109 1998 Voting
Motions
2343 Friendly Amendment Babcock, Cleon, CPP-T 39 4 114 1998 Motions
2344 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 39 4 119 1998 Opinions
2345 Power of a Committee over Its Members. 98-432 39 4 119 1998 Committees
2346 Reconsideration with a Tie Vote. 98-433 39 4 119 1998 Voting
2347 Giving Notice and “not meeting quarterly” restrictions. 98-434 39 4 120 1998 Notice
2348 Basic Instructions for the Beginning Chair Baird, John E., Ph.D., CPP-T 39 4 123 1998 Presiding
2349 Sturgis v. Davis: A Comparison of Two Systems of Parliamentary R Starshak, Thomas J., DDS, CPP-T, 39 4 127 1998 Parliamentary Authorities
2350 Three Words – or – Six Words McKechnie, F. B., MD, CPP 39 4 134 1998 Symbols
2351 More on Our American Flag Ansoff, Peter 39 4 136 1998 Symbols
2352 Distinctions Between Riddick’s Rules of Order and Robert’s Rules Malamut, Michael E. 39 4 139 1998 Parliamentary Authorities
2353 What Does Nonadoption Signify? Haun, Martha J., Ph.D., PRP 39 4 158 1998 Motions
2354 Information for Contributors Editor 39 4 160 1998 Parliamentary Journal
2355 Clinching, Mass Reconsideration, and Superclinching-Can They Rea Malamut, Michael E., JD, PRP, CP 40 1 1 1999 Motions
Parliamentary Procedure
2356 Associated Non-Member’s Rights Jacobs, Jonathan M., RP 40 1 19 1999 Rights
2357 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 40 1 27 1999 Opinions
2358 How to Handle Proxies. 99-435 40 1 27 1999 Proxies
2359 Candidate Resignation after Balloting 99-436 40 1 29 1999 Elections
2360 Letter to the Editor [three little words] Johnson, T. Page 40 1 30 1999 Symbols
2361 Letter to the Editor [three little words] Kuver, Joan M. 40 1 32 1999 Symbols
2362 Minutes Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 40 1 33 1999 Minutes
2363 Addendum to “Distinctions Between Riddick’s Rules of Procedure R Malamut, Michael E., JD, PRP, CP 40 1 38 1999 Parliamentary Authorities
2364 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., Ph.D., PRP 40 1 39 1999 Parliamentary Journal
2365 Information for Contributors Editor 40 1 40 1999 Parliamentary Journal
2366 Election Paradoxes Lochrie, James, CPP 40 2 43 1999 Elections
2367 Letter to the Editor (three little words] McKechnie, Franklin B., M.D. 40 2 47 1999 Symbols
2368 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 40 2 48 1999 Opinions
2369 Majority with Cumulative Voting 99-437 40 2 48 1999 Voting
2370 Resolving a Tie with Absentee Voters. 99-438 40 2 48 1999 Voting
2371 Multiple Candidate Ballot vs. Individual Votes 99-439 40 2 49 1999 Voting
Ballots
2372 Letter to the Editor [three little words] Strange, Sherry C. 40 2 52 1999 Symbols
2373 Comment on Gregg Phifer’s Article “Voting Procedures” Banks, Margaret A., Ph.D., CPP 40 2 53 1999 Voting
2374 All About the Gordian Knot Farwell, Hy, CPP 40 2 54 1999 Motions
2375 Letter to the Editor [Riddick/Robert] Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 40 2 57 1999 Parliamentary Authorities
2376 Divergent Roles Jacobs, Jonathan M., RP 40 2 58 1999 Parliamentary Procedure
2377 Community-Based Decision-Making: A Study of Procedure and Confli Ragsdale, Gaut, Ph.D., PRP 40 2 63 1999 Group Dynamics
2378 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., Ph.D., PRP 40 2 69 1999 Parliamentary Journal
2379 Voting and Abstaining from Voting Horrigan, Joan, CPP 40 2 70 1999 Voting
2380 Committee Meeting, The Pohl, Alice, CPP-T 40 2 78 1999 Committees
2381 Information for Contributors Editor 40 2 80 1999 Parliamentary Journal
2382 Committees: Who? What? Where? When? Why? Farwell, Hy, CPP 40 3 81 1999 Committees
2383 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 40 3 86 1999 Opinions
2384 Reconsider and Rescind. 99-440 40 3 86 1999 Motions
2385 Letter to the Editor [“Voting Procedures”] Banks, Margaret A. 40 3 88 1999 Voting
2386 Comment on Gregg Phifer’s Article Voting Procedures Banks, Margaret, Ph.D., CPP, PRP 40 3 89 1999 Voting
2387 Customize Your Computer Keyboard For Parliamentary Procedure Juteau, Linda A., CPS, PLS, RP 40 3 91 1999 Tools
2388 What The Parliamentarian Is Not Stemmons, Bill, PRP 40 3 93 1999 Parliamentarian
2389 Food for Thought Stendhal 40 3 95 1999 Parliamentary Procedure
2390 Service of a Condominium Board Member, The Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 40 3 96 1999 Board of Directors
Home Owners
2391 Bylaws Amendments at Special Meetings–Questioning the Existence Malamut, Michael E., JD, PRP, CP 40 3 100 1999 Bylaws
Meetings
Motions
2392 Parliamentarian’s Log–Cannon Format, The Cannon, Hugh 40 3 109 1999 Parliamentarian
2393 Bit of Parliamentary Lexicography: The Etymology of Minutes with Alfonsin, Edward J. 40 3 112 1999 Terminology
History
2394 Nuggets of Knowledge Dillion, Sandra 40 3 115 1999 Parliamentary Procedure
2395 Information for Contributors Editor 40 3 117 1999 Parliamentary Journal
2396 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., Ph.D., PRP 40 3 118 1999 Parliamentary Journal
2397 Basic Assembly Characteristics Jacobs, Jonathan M., RP 40 4 121 1999 Meetings
Professionalism
2398 Parliamentary Procedure in Cyberspace: A Case Study of an On-lin Weitzel, Al, CP 40 4 125 1999 Parliamentary Procedure
Electronic
2399 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 40 4 129 1999 Opinions
2400 Suspending “Rules of Order” in Bylaws. 99-441 40 4 129 1999 Motions
2401 Inconclusive Vote Verification. 99-442 40 4 131 1999 Voting
2402 Postponement and Special Meeting. 99-443 40 4 132 1999 Motions
Meetings
2403 Failure to File Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 40 4 134 1999 Legal
2404 Cannon Card System, The Cannon, Hugh, Esq. 40 4 138 1999 Parliamentary Procedure
Tactics
2405 Meetings and Notices Pohl, Alice, CPP-T, PRP 40 4 149 1999 Meetings
Notice
2406 Points to Ponder Dean, Teresa A., PRP, CPP-T 40 4 154 1999 Parliamentary Procedure
2407 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., Ph.D. 40 4 157 1999 Parliamentary Journal
2408 Information for Contributors Editor 40 4 158 1999 Parliamentary Journal
2409 Superclinching? Yes, They Really Can Do That: Sometimes They Hav Cannon, Hugh, Esq. 41 1 1 2000 Motions
2410 I So Move Trap, The Bliss, Ed, CPP 41 1 6 2000 Motions
2411 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., Ph.D. 41 1 8 2000 Parliamentary Journal
2412 Presiding Officer and the Casting Vote, The Lochrie, James, CPP 41 1 9 2000 Voting
Presiding
2413 Why Abstain? Goldworthy, Kim, CP 41 1 12 2000 Voting
2414 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 41 1 18 2000 Opinions
2415 Amending when Postpone Indefinitely is Pending. 2000-444 41 1 18 2000 Motions
2416 Table and Special Meeting. 2000-455 41 1 18 2000 Motions
Meetings
2417 Disagree, Parliamentary Opinion 99-440 Goldsworthy, Kim, CP 41 1 20 2000 Opinions
2418 School Board Meetings: Participation by the Superintendent Stemmons, Bill, PRP 41 1 28 2000 Education
Membership
Meetings
2419 Information for Contributors Editor 41 1 29 2000 Parliamentary Journal
2420 Role of the Parliamentarian, The Southworth, William Dixon, Ph.D. 41 1 30 2000 Parliamentarian
2421 Tribute to Floyd Riddick, A Strange, Sherry C. 41 2 33 2000 Obituary
2422 Why Two-Thirds? Or Why Not 63%, or 74%, or Whatever? Stackpole, John S., PRP, CPP 41 2 35 2000 Voting
2423 Standardizing the Standard Code Bliss, Edwin C., CPP 41 2 43 2000 Parliamentary Authorities
2424 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee, The 41 2 45 2000 Opinions
2425 Adjourning Before Agenda is Completed 2000-446 41 2 45 2000 Agenda
Motions
Meetings
2426 Taking Office and Adjourned Meeting 2000-447 41 2 46 2000 Officers
Meetings
2427 Special Meeting: Any Business? 2000-448 41 2 47 2000 Meetings
Motions
2428 Special Response of Opinions Committee, The [99-440] Opinions Committee, The 41 2 49 2000 Opinions
2429 Call for Special Contributions Editor 41 2 50 2000 Parliamentary Journal
2430 Just a Second! Farwell, Hy, CPP 41 2 51 2000 Motions
2431 Letter to the Editor [superclinching] Merchant, Dr Eli, PRP, CPP 41 2 56 2000 Motions
2432 Reconsideration Revisited Baird, John E., Ph.D., CPP-T 41 2 57 2000 Motions
2433 Why Abstain? Because It Works! Flowerdew, Richard M., MD 41 2 61 2000 Voting
2434 Combat Disorder, Use ONE BOP Mnemonic Guide for Discipline in Me Abbate, Doris, CP, PRP 41 2 63 2000 Discipline
2435 Celebrate the History Smith, Mary D. 41 2 69 2000 History
2436 Can an Officer’s Election Be Rescinded? Sussman, Bernard J., CP, JD 41 2 71 2000 Elections
2437 Parliamentary Disharmony in Two Movements Jacobs, Jonathon, PRP, CP 41 3 73 2000 Parliamentary Procedure
2438 Correction to Opinion 2000-448 Opinions Committee 41 3 82 2000 Opinions
2439 Letter to the Editor [Rescind and Reconsider] Goldsworthy, Kim 41 3 82 2000 Motions
2440 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 41 3 83 2000 Opinions
2441 Failure to Adopt Substitute 2000-449 41 3 83 2000 Motions
2442 Late Arriving Voters 2000-450 41 3 84 2000 Voting
2443 Quorum on Committee (and a Board) 2000-451 41 3 85 2000 Committees
Board of Directors
Quorum
2444 Rules That Made Lincoln President, The Stemmons, Bill, PRP 41 3 87 2000 Elections
2445 Parliamentary Fables White, Leona, CPP-T 41 3 99 2000 Stories
2446 New Quorum Requirement?, A Farwell, Hy, CPP 41 3 107 2000 Quorum
2447 Using Chapter XX of Robert Cannon, Hugh, Esq., CPP 41 3 109 2000 Discipline
2448 Critical Moment, The McKechnie, Franklin B., M.D. 41 3 113 2000 Parliamentary Procedure
2449 Undefined Terms and Unnamed Procedures Goldsworthy, Kim 41 3 114 2000 Parliamentary Procedure
Terminology
Tactics
2450 Information for Contributors Editor 41 3 116 2000 Parliamentary Journal
2451 Preditions for the Parliamentary Future Farwell, Hy, CPP 41 4 117 2000 Parliamentary Procedure
2452 Tribute to Virginia Schlotzhauer, A Stackpole, John, CPP 41 4 124 2000 Biography
2453 Thank You to Virginia, A Banks, Margaret A., CPP 41 4 126 2000 Biography
2454 Pohl’s Parliamentary Pickle Pohl, Alice N., CPP-T 41 4 127 2000 Parliamentary Procedure
2455 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 41 4 128 2000 Opinions
2456 Counting “Illegal” Votes 2000-452 41 4 128 2000 Voting
2457 Ex-Officio Membership on Committees – Meeting Notices? 2000-453 41 4 129 2000 Notice
2458 Presidential Appointment of Committees – the Only Way? 2000-454 41 4 129 2000 Committees
2459 General Member Service on Board Committee 2000-455 41 4 130 2000 Committees
2460 President Off Board Prior to Election of New President 2000-456 41 4 130 2000 Officers
2461 Withdraw a Main Motion when Motion to Table Pending? 2000-457 41 4 131 2000 Withdrawal
Motions
2462 Paperless Parliamentarian, The Goldsworthy, Kim, CP 41 4 133 2000 Tools
Parliamentarian
2463 Governance Documents – A Proposed Structure Trohan, Colette Collier, CPP-T 41 4 138 2000 Bylaws
Standing Rules
Special Rules of Order
2464 Setting the Stage: Parliamentary Fable #6 White, Leona, CPP-T 41 4 143 2000 Stories
2465 Union Experience: Parliamentary Fable #7, A White, Leona, CPP-T 41 4 145 2000 Unions
Stories
2466 School District Superintendent’s Participation in Board Meetings Jacobs, Jonathon M., PRP, CP 41 4 147 2000 Education
Membership
Meetings
2467 Correction to Opinion 2000-446 [Letter to Editor] Sharma, Brahama D., Ph.D., RP 41 4 152 2000 Opinions
2468 Is There Any Discussion? Haun, Martha J., Ph.D., PRP 41 4 153 2000 Debate
2469 Is There Any Discussion? Williamson, Robin N., Ph.D. 41 4 153 2000 Debate
2470 Performance Indicators for Meetings Mina, Eli, PRP 41 4 157 2000 Meetings
2471 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha 41 4 159 2000 Parliamentary Journal
2472 Information for Contributors (not identified) 41 4 160 2000 Parliamentary Journal
2473 Parliamentary Practices of CPP’s in 2000 Slaughter, JD, CPP-T, PRP 42 1 1 2001 Parliamentarian
2474 Pohl’s Parliamentary Pickle Solution Jacobs, Jonathan M., PRP, CP 42 1 11 2001 Parliamentary Procedure
2475 Neither A New Quorum Requirement Nor A Fable Sarbeck, Tom 42 1 12 2001 Stories
Quorum
2476 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 42 4 14 2001 Opinions
2477 Should the Immediate Past President Serve on Boards or Committee 2001-458 42 1 14 2001 Board of Directors
Committees
2478 Contesting a Credentials Committee Report 2001-459 42 1 14 2001 Committees
Reports
Conventions
2479 Voting and Then Going Home 2001-460 42 1 15 2001 Voting
2480 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., PhD 42 1 16 2001 Parliamentary Journal
2481 Millennium Edition of Robert’s Rules: You Shouldn’t Have, Really Sussman, Bernard J., JD, MLS, CP 42 1 17 2001 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
2482 Importance of Parliamentary Authority: An Open Letter, The Lossing, John H., MD, CP 42 1 18 2001 Parliamentary Authorities
2483 Procedural Rules for Small Groups: A Case Study of the United St Vancil, David L. 42 1 21 2001 Parliamentary Procedure
2484 Presiding Officer and the Casting Vote, The Lochrie, James, BSc, CPP-T 42 1 34 2001 Presiding
Voting
2485 Double-Majority Voting in Oregon Johnson, T. Page, PRP 42 1 37 2001 Voting
2486 Governance Documents – A Proposed Structure Troham, Colette Collier, CPP-T 42 2 41 2001 Bylaws
Standing Rules
Special Rules of Order
2487 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., PhD 42 2 46 2001 Parliamentary Journal
2488 Double-Majority Voting in Oregon [repeat] Johnson, T. Page, PRP 42 2 47 2001 Voting
2489 Better, Shorter Meetings: Ground Rules for Successful Meetings Southworth, William Dixon, PhD 42 2 51 2001 Meetings
2490 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 42 2 53 2001 Opinions
2491 Should the Immediate Past President Serve on Boards or Committee 2001-458 [reprint] 42 2 53 2001 Committees
Board of Directors
Membership
2492 Board and Association Disagree 2001-461 42 2 54 2001 Board of Directors
2493 Notice and 100% Turnout 2001-462 42 2 55 2001 Notice
2494 Appoint with Approval; Remove Without? 2001-463 42 2 55 2001 Committees
2495 Letter to the Editor [Millennium Edition of Robert’s Rules] Jacobs, Jonathan M., PRP, CP 42 2 57 2001 Parliamentary Authorities
2496 New “Sturgis,” The Bliss, Edwin C., CPP 42 2 58 2001 Parliamentary Authorities
2497 RONR and TSC Updated Charts of Motions DiStasio, Joseph G., CPP-T, PRP 42 2 60 2001 Parliamentary Authorities
2498 Noes 34, Doubtful 1, Ayes 4 Jacobs, Jonathan M., PRP, CP 42 2 65 2001 Voting
2499 Quartet of Parliamentary Possibilities, A Merchant, Eli, MD, CPP, PRP 42 2 70 2001 Parliamentary Procedure
2500 Strickly Parliamentary: Parliamentary Fable #9 White, Leona, CPP-T 42 2 76 2001 Stories
2501 Information for Contributors (not identified) 42 2 78 2001 Parliamentary Journal
2502 Rules for Electronic (e-mail) Meetings or The E-liberative Assem Stackpole, John D., CPP 42 3 81 2001 Electronic
Meetings
2503 Changes in The Standard Code of Parliamentary Procedure Lochrie, J., BSc, CPP-T 42 3 96 2001 Parliamentary Authorities
2504 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 42 3 103 2001 Opinions
2505 Defeat, Reconsider, Withdraw, Then What? 2001-464 42 3 103 2001 Motions
2506 Bylaws: Parent Organization Slow to Approve 2001-465 42 3 103 2001 Bylaws
2507 Censure vs. Reprimand 2001-466 42 3 104 2001 Discipline
2508 In Good Standing 2001-467 42 3 105 2001 Membership
2509 No Adopted Authority: Can the Chair do whatever he likes? 2001-468 42 3 106 2001 Parliamentary Authorities
Parliamentary Procedure
2510 Address to the Annual Senate Youth Program – Bad Kissingen, Germ Athans, Leo G., CPP 42 3 109 2001 Education
Parliamentary Procedure
2511 Harry Becomes President Southworth, William, PhD 42 3 113 2001 Officers
2512 It Was a Dark and Stormy Night … Lochrie, J., BSc, CPP-T 42 3 116 2001 Meetings
2513 Performance Indicators for Meetings: Part 2 Mina, Eli, PRP 42 3 117 2001 Meetings
2514 Letter from the Editor Haun, Martha J., PhD 42 3 120 2001 Parliamentary Journal
2515 Editorial: Change Lamb, Paul, CP, PRP 42 4 121 2001 Parliamentary Journal
2516 Miriam Butcher, 1905-2001 DiStasio, Joseph G., CPP-T, PRP 42 4 123 2001 Obituary
2517 Things Change: The Updates of Parliamentary Opinions (1982) and Jacobs, Jonathan M., CP, PRP 42 4 125 2001 Opinions
2518 Why the RONR System of Main-Motion / Primary-Amendment / Seconda Stackpole, John D., CPP 42 4 129 2001 Parliamentary Procedure
Parliamentary Authorities
Motions
2519 Seize The Day! White, Leona, CPP-T, RP 42 4 145 2001 Meetings
2520 William Holmes Brown, Parliamentarian 1929-2001 Schlotzhauser, Virginia, CPP, PRP 42 4 149 2001 Obituary
2521 AIP Publication Authorization Form Lamb, Paul, CP, PRP 42 4 153 2001 Parliamentary Journal
2522 AIP Publication Authorization Form Weber, Dick 42 4 153 2001 Parliamentary Journal
2523 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 42 4 155 2001 Opinions
2524 Recount of a “Final” Election? A 2001-469 42 4 155 2001 Elections
2525 Quorum on a Board – Ambiguous Specification 2001-470 42 4 157 2001 Board of Directors
Quorum
2526 Leave of Absence from a Board to Apply for Job 2001-471 42 4 158 2001 Board of Directors
2527 Closing Debate while Amending by Substitution 2001-472 42 4 159 2001 Debate
Motions
2528 Editorial: Annual Session Lamb, Paul, CP, PRP 43 1 1 2002 Parliamentary Journal
2529 Rules of Order Versus Principles Mina, Eli, CPP, PRP 43 1 2 2002 Parliamentary Procedure
2530 Do You Remember? Johnson, Charles, CPP-T 43 1 7 2002 History
2531 Writing Bylaws Avedisian, Ronald A., Ph.D., CPP-T, PRP 43 1 16 2002 Bylaws
2532 Sir John George Bourinot, Victorian Canadian Stackpole, John D., CPP 43 1 22 2002 History
Biography
2533 Quarterly Business Kim Goldsworthy 43 1 25 2002 Motions
Meetings
2534 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 43 1 26 2002 Opinions
2535 Re-electing With a President-Elect 2002-473 43 1 26 2002 Officers
Elections
2536 Giving Notice for a Bylaw Revision 2002-474 43 1 27 2002 Bylaws
Notice
2537 Order of Business, Agenda, and their Adoption 2002-475 43 1 28 2002 Agenda
2538 Copy a Report vs. Photocopy and Attach 2002-476 43 1 29 2002 Reports
2539 Incomplete Election or a Vacancy in Office? 2002-477 43 1 31 2002 Elections
2540 Split in the Temple Kim Goldsworthy 43 1 32 2002 Parliamentary Procedure
2541 Judging a Parliamentary Procedure Contest Goldsworthy, Kim, CP, PRP 43 1 33 2002 Education
2542 Pages 106-120 of RONR 2000 Sarbeck, Tom 43 1 37 2002 Parliamentary Procedure
2543 Jargon-Free Kim Goldsworthy 43 1 40 2002 Terminology
2544 Editorial: Time / Basic Paul Lamb, CP, PRP 43 2 41 2002 Parliamentary Journal
2545 Should Unseconded Motions Appear in the Minutes Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 43 2 43 2002 Minutes
2546 Dilemma of a Professional Leona White, CPP-T, RP 43 2 53 2002 Parliamentarian
2547 Looking for a Great Teaching Topic? Solveiga Unger, PRP 43 2 56 2002 Education
2548 Other “Motions” Kim Goldsworthy 43 2 57 2002 Motions
2549 To Be or Not To Be … A Combat Parliamentarian Tom Sarbeck 43 2 58 2002 Parliamentarian
2550 Parliamentary Corner #1 John D. Stackpole, CPP, PRP 43 2 61 2002 Parliamentary Procedure
2551 Voting in Electronic Meetings James Stewart, PRP 43 2 65 2002 Electronic
Voting
2552 Response to James Stewart’s Comments on E-Voting John Stackpole, CPP, PRP 43 2 68 2002 Voting
Electronic
2553 Rules are for Everyone Kim Goldsworthy 43 2 70 2002 Parliamentary Procedure
Rights
2554 Suspension Paradox and The Standard Code of Parliamentary Proced Jonathan Jacobs, CP, PRP 43 2 71 2002 Parliamentary Authorities
Motions
2555 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 43 2 74 2002 Opinions
2556 Ballot is Basic, but for How Long? 2002-478 43 2 74 2002 Ballots
2557 Amend by Substitution: How Much Amendment is Allowed? 2002-479 43 2 76 2002 Motions
2558 Run for vs. Serve In Two Offices at Once 2002-480 43 2 78 2002 Officers
Elections
Nominations
2559 President Debating a Question and Motion to Reconsider 2002-481 43 2 79 2002 Motions
Presiding
2560 Seven Subsidiary Motions, The Kim Goldsworthy 43 2 BCO 2002 Motions
2561 Editorial: Ethics Paul Lamb, CP 43 3 81 2002 Parliamentary Journal
2562 The Joint Code of Ethics: One Step in the “Right” Direction M. Eugene Bierbaum 43 3 83 2002 Ethics
2563 Code of Ethics (not identified) 43 3 88 2002 Ethics
Professionalism
2564 Role of the Board and CEO in a Staff-Driven Associations Colette Collier Trohan, CPP-T, PRP 43 3 91 2002 Board of Directors
Staff
2565 Conduct of Meetings in Apartment Cooperatives: A Parliamentary Eli Merchant, Ph.D., CPP-T, PRP 43 3 99 2002 Meetings
Home Owners
Parliamentary Procedure
2566 Written in the Minutes – – ? Hy Farwell, CPP 43 3 111 2002 Minutes
2567 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 43 3 115 2002 Opinions
2568 Vote to Open Up a Board Meeting and “Customary” Rules 2002-482 43 3 115 2002 Board of Directors
2569 Non-Member as Presiding Officer 2002-483 43 3 117 2002 Officers
Membership
2570 Remarks to be “Published” in Minutes 2002-484 43 3 118 2002 Minutes
2571 Editorial: Excellence in Writing Paul Lamb, CP, PRP 43 4 121 2002 Parliamentary Journal
2572 Small Minorities Elect Majority of United States Senators: A N Alan D. Pauw, CP, PRP 43 4 123 2002 Elections
Legislatures
Government Organizations
2573 Parliamentary Corner #2 John D. Stackpole, CPP, PRP 43 4 128 2002 Parliamentary Procedure
2574 Parliamentary Procedure for Government Leaders James A. Gualdoni, M.Ed., M.A. 43 4 131 2002 Government Organizations
Parliamentary Procedure
2575 Parliamentary Fable: “Board Member #13”, A Leona White, CPP-T, PRP 43 4 137 2002 Stories
Board of Directors
2576 Issue of Style (not identified) 43 4 140 2002 Parliamentary Journal
2577 Rules and Common Sense Exceptions Hy Farwell, CPP 43 4 141 2002 Parliamentary Procedure
Professionalism
Protocol
2578 Letter to the Editors of the PJ and NP: Joint Code of Ethics Jim Lochrie, B.Sc., CPP 43 4 145 2002 Ethics
2579 Letter to the Editor: Unseconded Motions Tom Sarbeck 43 4 146 2002 Motions
Minutes
2580 Letter to the Editor: Unseconded Motions Jonathan M. Jacobs, CP, PRP 43 4 147 2002 Minutes
Motions
2581 “Unanimous Unanimous Consent” : and the “Strength” of Rules John D. Stackpole, CPP 43 4 149 2002 Voting
2582 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 43 4 156 2002 Opinions
2583 Avoiding a “Forced” Resignation 2002-485 43 4 156 2002 Discipline
2584 Order of Business at an Adjourned Meeting 2002-486 43 4 157 2002 Agenda
Meetings
2585 Succeeding Oneself in an Ex Officio Position 2002-487 43 4 159 2002 Membership
2586 Rules Are For Everyone Kim Goldsworthy 43 4 BCO 2002 Professionalism
Rights
2587 Editorial: First Issue Paul Lamb, CP, PRP 44 1 1 2003 Parliamentary Journal
2588 A Year in the Life of a Unit Solveiga Unger, PRP 44 1 3 2003 Chapters
2589 Parliamentary Corner #3 John D. Stackpole, CPP, PRP 44 1 12 2003 Parliamentary Procedure
2590 Voting Oaths: A Response to the Egregious Practice Thomas R. Duncan, CP-T 44 1 14 2003 Voting
2591 The CyberSpace Parliamentarian Edda R. Pittman 44 1 15 2003 Electronic
Parliamentarian
2592 The Agenda William Dixon Southworth, Ph.D. 44 1 21 2003 Agenda
2593 Issue of Style (not identified) 44 1 26 2003 Parliamentary Journal
2594 Memory Lesson on the Terrific Triangle of Threes Alice N. Pohl, CPP-T 44 1 27 2003 Education
Parliamentary Procedure
2595 Guest Speaker and the “Ramona Rule” Jonathan M. Jacobs, CP, PRP 44 1 29 2003 Meetings
Programs
2596 Parliamentary Rules: Deductive or Inductive? Fred Francis 44 1 32 2003 Parliamentary Procedure
2597 Academic Paralogistic Hogwash Brahama D. Sharma, Ph.D., RP 44 1 35 2003 Education
Terminology
2598 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 44 1 37 2003 Opinions
2599 President Removal from Office – Who’s in Office? 2003-488 44 1 37 2003 Officers
2600 Table (or Postpone), then no Quorum 2003-489 44 1 39 2003 Motions
Quorum
2601 Editorial: Younger Members Paul Lamb, CP, PRP 44 2 41 2003 Parliamentary Journal
2602 The Filibuster, the Constitution, and the Founding Fathers William Blake 44 2 43 2003 History
2603 Parliamentary Corner #4 John Stackpole, CPP, PRP 44 2 54 2003 Parliamentary Procedure
2604 Misunderstanding Democracy: How many delegates does it take to Jon Ericson 44 2 57 2003 Democracy
Delegates
2605 The Oddest One of All Motions: Reconsider and Enter on the William Dixon Southworth, Ph.D. 44 2 65 2003 Motions
2606 A Year in the Life of a Unit #2 Solveiga Unger, PRP 44 2 68 2003 Chapters
2607 Bye-Bye Bylaw Blues Dollie McPartlin, PRP 44 2 71 2003 Legal
2608 Bylaws for E-meetings John Stackpole, CPP, PRP 44 2 73 2003 Electronic
Bylaws
2609 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 44 2 77 2003 Opinions
2610 Formal Procedure in Small Boards and Committees 2003-490 44 2 77 2003 Board of Directors
Committees
Parliamentary Procedure
2611 Mail Ballot–Summer Vacations, Fax Machines, and Websites 2003-491 44 2 79 2003 Ballots
2612 Editorial: Old, New, Borrowed, … Paul Lamb, CP, PRP 44 3 81 2003 Parliamentary Journal
2613 Meetings of Members Working in Shifts Jonathan M. Jacobs, CP, PRP 44 3 83 2003 Unions
Meetings
2614 Parliamentary Corner #5 John D. Stackpole, CPP, PRP 44 3 91 2003 Parliamentary Procedure
2615 Wild West Wisdom, a Parliamentary Fable Leona White, CPP-T, PRP 44 3 94 2003 Stories
2616 The Ethics of Giving Parliamentary Advice M. Eugene Bierbaum, CPP-T, PRP 44 3 97 2003 Ethics
Parliamentary Procedure
2617 Introduction to Esther Card Joseph DiStasio, CPP-T, PRP 44 3 101 2003 Biography
2618 What Club Presidents Must Know About Job: Card File #1 Esther Card 44 3 102 2003 Presiding
Officers
2619 Judge Moon on Parliamentary Procedure T. Page Johnson, PRP 44 3 105 2003 Parliamentary Procedure
Legal
2620 Parliamentary Motions: A Review James Lochrie, CPP-T, PRP 44 3 112 2003 Motions
Book Review
2621 The Art of Successful Meetings: A Review H. W. Farwell, CPP 44 3 115 2003 Meetings
Book Review
2622 Parliamentary Opinions The Opinions Committee 44 3 117 2003 Opinions
2623 Removing the President from Office when The Standard Code 2003-492 44 3 117 2003 Discipline
Parliamentary Authorities
Officers
2624 President Removed from Office under RONR, continued 2003-493 44 3 118 2003 Parliamentary Authorities
Discipline
Officers
2625 Documentation of Points of Order in Minutes 2003-494 44 3 119 2003 Minutes
2626 Editorial: Acknowledging the Authors Paul Lamb, CP, PRP 44 4 121 2003 Parliamentary Journal
2627 Surviving Doomsday: Emergency Bylaw Provisions Jonathan M. Jacobs, CP, PRP 44 4 123 2003 Bylaws
2628 Parliamentary Corner #6 John D. Stackpole, CPP, PRP 44 4 132 2003 Parliamentary Procedure
2629 Widening the Scope of the Notice with Blanks George Mervosh, III, RP 44 4 135 2003 Notice
2630 Presidential Jitters? Keep Cool Follow Rules: Card file #2 Esther Card 44 4 137 2003 Officers
Parliamentary Procedure
2631 It’s More than Commonsensical — It’s Natural Tom Sarbeck 44 4 140 2003 Parliamentary Procedure
2632 How I Became a Parliamentarian William Dixon Southworth, Ph.D. 44 4 144 2003 Parliamentarian
2633 Wainberg’s Society Meetings including Rules of Order, Second Margaret A. Banks, CPP, PRP 44 4 149 2003 Parliamentary Authorities
2634 Impromptu Drama: a Teaching Device John E. Baird, CPP-T 44 4 152 2003 Education
2635 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 44 4 156 2003 Opinions
2636 Withdrawing an Amended Motion 2003-495 44 4 156 2003 Withdrawal
2637 Withdrawing a Motion when Mover Absent? 2003-496 44 4 157 2003 Withdrawal
2638 Special Committee Moves — Who can Withdraw? 2003-497 44 4 159 2003 Withdrawal
2639 AIP’s First Computer Program M. Eugene Bierbaum, CPP-T, PRP 44 4 160 2003 Electronic
2640 Editorial: Memorials Paul Lamb, CP, PRP 45 1 1 2004 Parliamentary Journal
2641 Mace: A Symbol of Parliamentary Authority, The Jonathan T. Matias 45 1 3 2004 Symbols
2642 Exercise Your Rights, Don’t Be a Mrs. Grumble Esther Card 45 1 6 2004 Rights
2643 Disharmony in Carmel: A Parliamentary Fable Leona White, CPP-T, PRP 45 1 8 2004 Stories
2644 Meeting Procedures: A Review Ronald Legere, Ph.D. 45 1 10 2004 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
2645 Proper Parliamentary Terms Brahama D. Sharma, Ph.D., RP 45 1 12 2004 Terminology
2646 Differences in Basic Approach Between Town Meeting Times, th Michael E. Malamut, CPP-T, PRP 45 1 14 2004 Parliamentary Authorities
2647 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 45 1 36 2004 Opinions
2648 Special Meeting and “Previous Notice” 2004-498 45 1 36 2004 Notice
Meetings
2649 Reconsidering an adopted bylaw proviso 2004-499 45 1 38 2004 Proviso
Motions
2650 Qualifications of Vice President 2004-500 45 1 39 2004 Officers
2651 Editorial: Presentations Paul Lamb, CP, PRP 45 2 41 2004 Parliamentary Journal
2652 Engine of Democracy, Illustrated and Explained, The Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 45 2 43 2004 Democracy
2653 Dissatisfied with Club Bylaws? Member, You Can Change Them Esther Card 45 2 49 2004 Bylaws
2654 Distinction in Handling Procedural Motions in Town Meeting T Michael E. Malamut, CPP-T, PRP 45 2 52 2004 Book Review
Parliamentary Authorities
Motions
2655 Addition to List Unanimous Consent John D. Stackpole, CPP, PRP 45 2 70 2004 Voting
2656 Motion to Deny,” A Motion Whose Time Has Come … and Gone Jonathan M. Jacobs, CP. PRP 45 2 71 2004 Motions
2657 Mail (and FAX) Ballots Brahama D. Sharma, RP 45 2 74 2004 Ballots
2658 Mail (and FAX) Ballots John D. Stackpole, CPP, PRP 45 2 74 2004 Ballots
2659 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 45 2 77 2004 Opinions
2660 Majority Vote of Members Present” 2004-591 45 2 77 2004 Voting
2661 Time Limits on Debate 2004-502 45 2 78 2004 Debate
2662 Adjourned Meeting Set Five Months Hence 2004-503 45 2 79 2004 Meetings
2663 Editorial: I are one Paul Lamb, CP, PRP 45 3 81 2004 Parliamentary Journal
2664 Low Priests of the Law? Tom Sarbeck 45 3 83 2004 Legal
Parliamentarian
2665 A Good Tip For Secretaries: Keep Minute Short, Snappy Esther Card 45 3 93 2004 Minutes
2666 Revisions in the Third Edition of Town Meeting Times Michael E. Malamut, CPP-T 45 3 96 2004 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
2667 Qualifications of Vice President Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 45 3 112 2004 Officers
Opinions
2668 Qualifications of Vice President Jonathan M. Jacobs, CP, PRP 45 3 114 2004 Opinions
Officers
2669 Qualifications of Vice President Opinions Committee, Response 45 3 116 2004 Opinions
Officers
2670 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 45 3 118 2004 Opinions
2671 Rescinding a Future Resignation 2004-504 45 3 118 2004 Officers
2672 Editorial: Who’s in Charge? Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 45 4 121 2004 Parliamentary Journal
2673 Will the Real Majority Please Make Up Its Mind Jacob Gerber, CP, PRP 45 4 123 2004 Voting
2674 The Great Myth: Fifty Percent Play One Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 45 4 130 2004 Voting
2675 Participation Rights of the President Thomas R. Duncan, CP-T 45 4 135 2004 Presiding
Professionalism
Rights
2676 How a Good Treasurer Keep Your Club Financially Heal Esther Card 45 4 141 2004 Finances
Officers
2677 The Assembly As Judiciary Eli Merchant, Ph.D., CPP 45 4 144 2004 Discipline
Meetings
2678 If Bread Can Have a Sociology … Tom Sarbeck 45 4 149 2004 Group Dynamics
Parliamentary Procedure
2679 The Tyranny of One Person Eli Mina, CPP-T, PRP 45 4 155 2004 Meetings
2680 Parliamentary Opinions Opinion Committee 45 4 158 2004 Opinions
2681 Majority of “Regulars” vs “Special Interest Cadre” 2004-506 45 4 158 2004 Meetings
2682 Editorial: My Job Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 46 1 1 2005 Parliamentary Journal
2683 Parliamentarian Authorities’ Rule Shift Function Jonathan M Jacobs, CP, PRP 46 1 3 2005 Parliamentary Authorities
2684 Executive Board Offers You Challenge and Responsibility Esther Card 46 1 6 2005 Board of Directors
2685 Advocating Parliamentary Procedure Ronald Legere 46 1 16 2005 Parliamentary Procedure
2686 Why Write Down Motions? Mary D Smith, PRP 46 1 20 2005 Motions
2687 A Member Parliamentarian, Should They Count Towards a Quorum? George Mervosh, III, PRP 46 1 22 2005 Parliamentarian
Quorum
2688 Membership Fran Goddu 46 1 25 2005 Membership
2689 Letter to the Editor (Opinion 2004-500) Prof. Richardp Villalon 46 1 28 2005 Opinions
2690 Letter to the Editor (Real Majority) Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP 46 1 29 2005 Voting
2691 Letter to the Editor (Great Myth) Dick Weber, CPP-T, PRP 46 1 31 2005 Opinions
2692 Table This! A Review Jonathan M Jacobs, CP, PRP 46 1 32 2005 Book Review
Parliamentary Procedure
2693 Parliamentary Opinions Opinion Committee 46 1 35 2005 Opinions
2694 Filling Vacancies in “all offices” or “any office” 2005-507 46 1 35 2005 Officers
Elections
2695 Notice and Adjourned Meeting, continued 2005-508 46 1 37 2005 Notice
Meetings
2696 Serpentine Voting Edward Alfonsin 46 1 40 2005 Voting
2697 Editorial: We Did It Again Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 46 2 41 2005 Parliamentary Journal
2698 How to Respond to An Ethics Complaint M. Eugene Bierbaum, PhD, CPP-T, PRP 46 2 43 2005 Ethics
2699 Competent Committees Backbone of Your Club Esther Card 46 2 48 2005 Committees
2700 RONR in Brief: A Review Albert T. Hamai, PRP 46 2 51 2005 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
2701 The Previous Question in the Canadian House of Commons Margaret A. Banks, CPP, PRP 46 2 53 2005 Motions
Legislatures
Outside the United States
2702 Establishing Rapport: NLP and the Parliamentarian Lawrence Cisar, RP, CP, PhD 46 2 55 2005 Group Dynamics
2703 A Few Minutes on Minutes Tom Sarbeck 46 2 58 2005 Minutes
2704 Comparison of Lochrie’s Meeting Procedures and Robert’s Thomas R. Duncan, MD, CP-T 46 2 60 2005 Parliamentary Authorities
2705 George’s Puzzle Hy Farwell, CPP 46 2 67 2005 Education
2706 Muddled Meaning of “Majority” Paul McClintock, PRP 46 2 73 2005 Voting
2707 Parliamentary Opinions Opinion Committee 46 2 76 2005 Opinions
2708 Parliamentarian Serving During Discussion to Hire Him 2005-509 46 2 76 2005 Parliamentarian
Professionalism
2709 A Vote for “None of the Above” 2005-510 46 2 78 2005 Voting
2710 Editorial: Apologies Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 46 3 81 2005 Parliamentary Journal
2711 The Rules in Robert’s Rules: A Survey Shmuel Gerber 46 3 83 2005 Parliamentary Procedure
Research
2712 Proper Procedure Makes Club Committees Click Esther Card 46 3 94 2005 Parliamentary Procedure
Committees
2713 How You Say It Is Important: NLP and the Parliamentarian Lawrence Cisar, PhD, CP, RP 46 3 97 2005 Group Dynamics
2714 Let the Minority Opinion Be Heard Robin N Williamson, PhD 46 3 100 2005 Debate
2715 Let the Minority Opinion Be Heard Martha J Haun, PhD 46 3 100 2005 Debate
2716 The World Needs Parliamentarians Mark Schilansky, CPP-T, PRP 46 3 106 2005 Parliamentarian
2717 Parliamentary Opinions Opinion Committee 46 3 108 2005 Opinions
2718 President and Vice-President Both Resign 2005-511 46 3 108 2005 Officers
2719 Set Quorum by Special Rule of Order? 2005-512 46 3 109 2005 Special Rules of Order
Quorum
2720 A Comparison Between the Committee of the Whole and its Mary D Smith, PRP 46 3 112 2005 Committees
Meetings
2721 Point of Opinion: A Review John D Stackpole, CPP 46 3 118 2005 Opinions
Book Review
2722 Editorial: Striving for Perfection Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 46 4 121 2005 Parliamentary Journal
2723 The Art of the Coup d’Elat Jonathan M Jacobs, CP, PRP 46 4 123 2005 Group Dynamics
Meetings
2724 Two Levels of Parliamentary Procedure Lorenzo Cuesta, RP 46 4 138 2005 Parliamentary Procedure
2725 Club Nominating Board Picks Potential Leaders Esther Card 46 4 143 2005 Nominations
2726 Learning from the Eyes: NLP and the Parliamentarian Lawrence Cisar, CP, RP, PhD 46 4 145 2005 Group Dynamics
2727 The Club Woman’s Glossary Edda R Pittman 46 4 148 2005 Terminology
2728 Mina’s Guide to Minute Taking: A Review Thomas R Duncan, MD, CP-T 46 4 151 2005 Minutes
Book Review
2729 Reality vs Practicality Fran Goddu 46 4 152 2005 Parliamentary Procedure
2730 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 46 4 157 2005 Opinions
2731 Who Can Accept a Resignation? 2005-513 46 4 157 2005 Officers
2732 Editorial: First Issue, again Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 47 1 1 2006 Parliamentary Journal
2733 Confederate Innovation: The Question John Navins 47 1 3 2006 Motions
2734 Organizational Voting in Oregon Trail Companies T. Page Johnson, PRP 47 1 13 2006 Voting
Group Dynamics
2735 Program Committee Keeps Membership Stimulated Esther Card 47 1 24 2006 Programs
Committees
2736 From Reactive to Proactive: Avoiding Costly Mistakes Martha Huan, PhD 47 1 27 2006 (not identified)
2737 From Reactive to Proactive: Avoiding Costly Mistakes Robin N. Williamson, PhD 47 1 27 2006 Parliamentary Procedure
2738 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 47 1 35 2006 Opinions
2739 Long Delayed Election – Are They Valid? 2006-514 47 1 35 2006 Elections
2740 Suspend Officer Before or During Trial? 2006-515 47 1 37 2006 Officers
2741 Membership Qualifications to Hold Office 2006-516 47 1 39 2006 Membership
Officers
2742 Editorial: Letter to Editor Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 47 2 41 2006 Parliamentary Journal
2743 Teaching Principles M. Eugene Bierbaum, PhD, CPP-T, PRP 47 2 43 2006 Education
2744 An Alert Membership Committee Makes Club Enrollment Soar Esther Card, CPP 47 2 56 2006 Committees
Membership
2745 But He Didn’t … Hy Farwell, CPP 47 2 59 2006 Parliamentary Procedure
2746 Extra Cameral Voting and Absentee Voting, a Definition of Terms Jonathan M. Jacobs, PRP, CP 47 2 62 2006 Voting
Terminology
2747 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 47 2 68 2006 Opinions
2748 Voting Counting While Continuing Business 2006-517 47 2 68 2006 Voting
2749 Member’s Real Rights Solveiga Unger, CP, PRP 47 2 70 2006 Rights
2750 Finally! — Book Review Thomas J. Gmeinder, CPP-T, PRP 47 2 73 2006 Book Review
2751 Focus on Substance, Not Only on Process Eli Mina, M.Sc., PRP, CPP-T 47 2 75 2006 Meetings
Parliamentary Procedure
2752 A Response to Opinion 2005-515 Kim Goldsworthy, CP 47 2 76 2006 Opinions
2753 Assuming Motions Paul McClintock, CP, PRP 47 2 78 2006 Motions
2754 Editorial: Educational Opportunities Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 47 3 81 2006 Parliamentary Journal
2755 The Evolution of the Motion Previous Question (1 of 2) John Navins, CP 47 3 83 2006 Motions
History
2756 Enterprising Publicity Committee Can Put Your Club on Esther Card, CPP 47 3 95 2006 Committees
2757 The Misnamed (Incidental) Motions Parliamentarily Van K. Martin, CP, RP 47 3 98 2006 Motions
2758 Parliamentary Opinions Opinion Committee 47 3 105 2006 Opinions
2759 Chairman’s Error on Vote Not Caught 2006-518 47 3 105 2006 Voting
Presiding
2760 Does Adopting an Agenda “Move” the Items on It? 2006-519 47 3 107 2006 Motions
Agenda
2761 Response to Opinion 2006-515 Opinions Committee 47 3 109 2006 Opinions
2762 Plain Error: When Does a Simple Mistake Rise to the Jesse Binnall, CPP-T, PRP 47 3 111 2006 Meetings
Parliamentary Procedure
2763 Editorial: Your name Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 47 4 121 2006 Parliamentary Journal
2764 Have You Mastered Protocol, Resolutions? Esther Card, CPP 47 4 123 2006 Motions
Protocol
2765 Conflict of Interest Fran Goddu 47 4 125 2006 Ethics
Professionalism
2766 Adjourn: All the Options (with an Agenda-Related Bonus) John D. Stackpole, CPP, PRP 47 4 133 2006 Motions
Agenda
2767 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 47 4 142 2006 Opinions
2768 Formally Closing Nominations – No “Write-in” Votes 2006-520 47 4 142 2006 Nominations
2769 Special Rule of Order: No Floor Nominations 2006-521 47 4 144 2006 Special Rules of Order
Nominations
2770 The Evolution of the Motion for the Previous Question (Part 2 of 2) John Navins, CP 47 4 146 2006 Motions
History
2771 Fundamentals of Parliamentary Law and Procedure 3rd ed. Thomas R. Duncan, MD, CP-T 47 4 157 2006 Book Review
Parliamentary Law
Parliamentary Procedure
2772 Editorial: Balance Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 48 1 1 2007 Parliamentary Journal
2773 Special Rules for Special People Colette Collier Trohan, CPP-T, PRP 48 1 3 2007 Special Rules of Order
Standing Rules
Conventions
Motions
Parliamentary Procedure
2774 Just a Member Fran Goddu 48 1 11 2007 Membership
Rights
2775 Timeliness and Suspension of the Rules By Implication Jonathan M. Jacobs, PRP, CP 48 1 18 2007 Motions
2776 A History of Parliamentary Procedure Jonathan M. Jacobs, PRP, CP 48 1 26 2007 Book Review
History
2777 Which Previous Question? Peter Crabtree, CP 48 1 29 2007 Motions
2778 Make Dr. John D. Stackpole’s Decision Table More “User Friendly” Medard B. Kaisershot, PRP 48 1 36 2007 Group Dynamics
2779 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 48 1 38 2007 Opinions
2780 Advance Requirements for Content of Agenda 2007-522 48 1 38 2007 Agenda
2781 Editorial: New “faces” Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 48 2 41 2007 Parliamentary Journal
2782 Fraternal Twins: Limit or Extend Limits of Debate and Previous Question Ruth S. Ryan, CP, PRP 48 2 43 2007 Motions
2783 The “Ferndale Roll Call” Procedure Jonathan M. Jacobs, CP, PRP 48 2 47 2007 Voting
2784 Parliamentary Procedure for Embalmers T. Page Johnson, PRP 48 2 52 2007 Humor
Parliamentary Authorities
2785 Can Proposed Bylaw Amendments Always Be Amended? The Concept of Scope Revisited Eli Merchant, CPP, PRP 48 2 56 2007 Bylaws
Notice
2786 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 48 2 62 2007 Opinions
2787 Meaning of Suspension 2007-523 48 2 62 2007 Discipline
2788 The Office of Treasurer Carol Noack, PRP, CPA 48 2 65 2007 Officers
Finances
2789 Standing Rules for the Implementation of Elections Using the Borda Count Voting System John D. Stackpole, CPP 48 2 69 2007 Standing Rules
Elections
2790 Goodwill Beats Good Parliamentary Advice Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 48 2 73 2007 Parliamentary Procedure
2791 The Casual and Informal RONR Lorenzo Cuesta, PRP 48 2 75 2007 Parliamentary Authorities
2792 Don’t Sign That Blank Cheque !! Eli Mina, CPP, PRP 48 2 78 2007 Professionalism
2793 Editorial: Your publication Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 48 3 81 2007 Parliamentary Journal
2794 Meeting Procedures for an International Body: A Case History Ellen Campbell 48 3 83 2007 Meeting Procedures for
an International Body:
A Case History
Meetings
Parliamentary Procedure
History
2795 Read Bylaws Backwards Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 48 3 93 2007 Bylaws
2796 Rungs of the Ladder: Precedence of Subsidiary Motions Shmuel Gerber, PRP 48 3 98 2007 Precedence
Motions
2797 The Missing Fundamental Principle Jonathan M. Jacobs, PRP, CP 48 3 108 2007 Rights
Professionalism
2798 The Parliamentary Law of Procrastination: What to do when the Assembly Can’t Decide Roger G. Hanshaw, PRP 48 3 112 2007 Tactics
Meetings
2799 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 48 3 117 2007 Opinions
2800 “Incoming” Elected President Dies 2007-524 48 3 117 2007 Officers
2801 Margaret Banks, CPP, retires from the Opinions Committee John Stackpole, Chairman, Opinions Committee 48 3 120 2007 Biography
2802 Editorial: Memories Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 48 4 121 2007 Parliamentary Journal
2803 When the Meeting Is Not in Order … Roberta M. McDow, CPP-T, RP 48 4 123 2007 Meetings
2804 Proxy, Proxy, Who Can Use the Proxy? Michael Malamut, JD, PRP, CPP-T 48 4 134 2007 Proxies
2805 Renewal of Motions Teresa Dean, CPP-T, PRP 48 4 138 2007 Motions
2806 Consensus and Voting With Your Feet Jonathan M. Jacobs, PRP, CP 48 4 144 2007 Voting
2807 Mnemonics and Acronyms Relating to Parliamentary Procedure Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 48 4 149 2007 Terminology
2808 Consent Calendar à la RONR Bethany Bismark 48 4 154 2007 Voting
Motions
2809 Parliamentary Opinions Opinion Committee 48 4 157 2007 Opinions
2810 Elected and Qualified 2007-525 48 4 157 2007 Elections
2811 Parliamentary Opinions Opinion Committee (New One) 48 4 159 2007 Opinions
2812 Committee Makes Report on Postponed Business 2007-526 48 4 159 2007 Committees
2813 Editorial: Decision making Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 49 1 1 2008 Parliamentary Journal
2814 Elections (and Choices) With More than Two Options John D. Stackpole, CPP, PRP 49 1 2 2008 Elections
Voting
2815 Decision Making Techniques (not identified) 49 1 30 2008 Voting
Group Dynamics
2816 Consensus Decision and Decision Making per Robert’s Brahama D. Sharma, Ph.D., RP 49 1 37 2008 Parliamentary Procedure
Voting
2817 Consensus: Good, Bad, or ? Thomas J. Gmeinder JD, CPA, CPP-T, PRP 49 1 39 2008 Voting
Group Dynamics
2818 Editorial: Sharing ideas Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 49 2 41 2008 Parliamentary Journal
2819 Convention Standing Rules S. David Shapiro, CPP 49 2 43 2008 Conventions
Standing Rules
2820 Parliamentary Portals: Gateways to Goals Robin N. Williamson, Ph.D. & Martha J. Haun, Ph.D. 49 2 51 2008 Parliamentary Procedure
2821 Bi-lingual Rules Fran Goddu 49 2 59 2008 Terminology
Group Dynamics
Parliamentary Procedure
Outside the United States
2822 Making Good Use of Your Computer Lawrence J. Cisar, CP, RP, PhD 49 2 66 2008 Electronic
2823 The Flowchart as a Teaching Tool Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 49 2 70 2008 Education
2824 The Unusual Use of a Minutes Approval Committee (a bit of practical information for non-parliamentarians ) Ann L. Rempel, PRP, CPP-T 49 2 74 2008 Minutes
Committees
2825 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 49 2 78 2008 Opinions
2826 Reluctant, Recalcitrant, or Resigned Secretary 2008-527 49 2 78 2008 Officers
2827 “New” Board Approves “Old” Board’s Minutes? 2008-528 49 2 79 2008 Minutes
Board of Directors
2828 Editorial: Deadlines Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 49 3 81 2008 Parliamentary Authorities
2829 Amendment or Revision of Bylaws Ruth S. Ryan, CP-T, PRP 49 3 83 2008 Bylaws
2830 Bylaws for E-Meetings – Revised John D. Stackpole, CPP, PRP 49 3 89 2008 Bylaws
Electronic
2831 When I Abstain, Does My Vote Count??? Could Be What Does Robert Say? Nylanne Scheidegger, CP-T 49 3 91 2008 Voting
Parliamentary Authorities
2832 More on Consensus Bruce Partridge, LLB, JD 49 3 93 2008 Voting
Group Dynamics
2833 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 49 3 95 2008 Opinions
2834 Giving Previous Notice at a Special Meeting 2008-529 49 3 95 2008 Meetings
Notice
2835 Debate after Seriatim Consideration 2008-530 49 3 96 2008 Motions
Debate
2836 Correcting the Chair’s Error 2008-531 49 3 97 2008 Presiding
2837 Musings on General or Common Parliamentary Law Michael E. Malamut, JD, CPP-T, PRP 49 3 101 2008 Parliamentary Law
2838 Editorial: the big five oh Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 49 4 121 2008 Parliamentary Journal
2839 INTRODUCING THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PARLIAMENTARIANS (not identified) 49 4 122 2008 AIP Organization
History
2840 BOB ENGLISH’S AIP: THE PROXY SYSTEM M. Eugene Bierbaum, CPP 49 4 125 2008 Proxies
History
2841 BOB ENGLISH’S AIP: THE ACTION PROGRAM M. Eugene Bierbaum, CPP 49 4 131 2008 Action Program
History
2842 A VIEW OF THE PAST Cleon C. Babcock, CPP-T 49 4 130 2008 History
2843 VIEW FROM THE PAST from a Bob Leiman biography 49 4 135 2008 History
2844 BOB ENGLISH’S AIP: EARLY OPINIONS M. Eugene Bierbaum, CPP 49 4 136 2008 Opinions
History
2845 BOB ENGLISH’S AIP: THE ACCREDITING PROGRAM M. Eugene Bierbaum, CPP 49 4 142 2008 Certification
History
2846 The First AIP Practicum M. Eugene Bierbaum, CPP-T, PRP 49 4 147 2008 Programs
History
2847 DO YOU REMEMBER? Charles Johnson, CPP-T 49 4 149 2008 History
2848 Addition to AIP History Various Members 49 4 155 2008 AIP Organization
History
2849 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 49 4 158 2008 Opinions
2850 New Motion Conflicts with Old 1960-1 49 4 158 2008 Motions
Precedence
2851 Editorial: First issue – once more Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 50 1 1 2009 Parliamentary Journal
2852 Delegate Orientation James Oates, DDS 50 1 3 2009 Delegates
Conventions
Parliamentary Procedure
2853 Reflections on Scope of Notice Questions and Answers Eli Merchant CPP 50 1 9 2009 Notice
2854 What to do When Committees Fall Down: Characteristics and Applications of the Motion to Discharge a Committee Roger Hanshaw, PhD, PRP 50 1 14 2009 Committees
Motions
2855 Review of the Third Edition of Donald A. Tortorice’s Modern Rules of Order (Part 1 of 3) Michael E. Malamut, JD, CPP-T, PRP 50 1 20 2009 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
2856 Saving Face in Meetings Martha Womack Haun. Ph.D., PRP & Robin Nicklin Williamson, Ph.D. 50 1 29 2009 Meetings
2857 Opinion 2006-519 James H. Stewart, PRP 50 1 35 2009 Agenda
2858 2006-519 – Response of the Opinions Committee Opinions Committee 50 1 36 2009 Agenda
2859 Opinion 2008-531 Brahama D. Sharma, Ph.D., RP 50 1 38 2009 Motions
2860 2008-531 – Response of the Opinions Committee Opinions Committee 50 1 38 2009 Motions
2861 Meeting Tip 34 — Disciplinary Procedures Paul McClintock, PRP, CP-T 50 1 40 2009 Discipline
2862 Editorial: Feast or famine Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 50 2 41 2009 Parliamentary Journal
2863 Mixing Attendee and Absentee Ballots Jonathan M. Jacobs, PRP, CP 50 2 43 2009 Ballots
Elections
2864 AIP’s Niche M. Eugene Bierbaum, Ph.D., CPP-T, PRP 50 2 51 2009 AIP Organization
2865 Review of the Third Edition of Donald A. Tortorice’s Modern Rules of Order (Part 2 of 3 Michael E. Malamut, JD, CPP-T, PRP 50 2 56 2009 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
2866 Is Removal the Best Option? Eli Mina, M.Sc., CPP-T, PRP 50 2 65 2009 Discipline
2867 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 50 2 68 2009 Opinions
2868 Vice-Presidential Succession, Numbered Vice Presidents 2009-532 50 2 68 2009 Officers
2869 When Should the Parliamentarian Intervene? 2009-533 50 2 70 2009 Parliamentarian
Meetings
2870 Default disciplinary procedure for a member under The Standard Code. 2009-534 50 2 72 2009 Discipline
Parliamentary Authorities
2871 Recognition How to Obtain Assignment of the Floor Doris Abbate, CP-T, PRP 50 2 78 2009 Meetings
2872 Editorial: Consequential amendments Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 50 3 81 2009 Parliamentary Journal
2873 Problems With “Co-Anything” John D Stackpole, CPP, PRP 50 3 83 2009 Officers
2874 One of the Powers of One Dorothy Demarest, PRP 50 3 88 2009 Membership
Parliamentary Procedure
2875 Review of the Third Edition of Donald A. Tortorice’s Modern Rules of Order (Part 3 of 3) Michael E. Malamut, JD, CPP-T, PRP 50 3 90 2009 Parliamentary Authorities
Book Review
2876 Patnode’s Teaching Parliamentary Procedure third edition Thomas R. Duncan, MD CP-T 50 3 97 2009 Education
Book Review
2877 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 50 3 100 2009 Opinions
2878 Default procedure for officer discipline under The Standard Code. 2009-535 50 3 100 2009 Discipline
Parliamentary Authorities
2879 Who appoints a temporary Treasurer when the Treasurer is suspended under The Standard Code? 2009-536 50 3 103 2009 Officers
2880 Deposing A President Who Took Office after Serving as President Elect 2009-537 50 3 104 2009 Officers
2881 Backstory: Peter’s rules of order Peter Crabbe 50 3 106 2009 Parliamentary Authorities
2882 Unorthodox Introductory Parliamentary Procedure Pedagogy Thomas R. Duncan, MD CP-T 50 3 108 2009 Parliamentary Procedure
Education
2883 To reconsider, but not to Reconsider . . . C. Alan Jennings, PRP 50 3 119 2009 Motions
2884 Editorial: e-meetings Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 50 4 121 2009 Parliamentary Journal
2885 E-Meeting Rules and Procedures Updated for the Real World John D Stackpole, CPP, PRP 50 4 123 2009 Electronic
Meetings
Parliamentary Procedure
2886 Sample Rules for Synchronous e-Meetings Paul McClintock, CP-T 50 4 143 2009 Parliamentary Procedure
Electronic
2887 Tutorial for Internet Chat Room Meetings Paul McClintock, CP-T 50 4 147 2009 Electronic
Meetings
2888 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 50 4 150 2009 Opinions
2889 Adequate bylaws authorization for email notice. 2009-538 50 4 150 2009 Bylaws
Electronic
Notice
2890 President Fails To Call Meeting to Order – Vice-President Does 2009-539 50 4 151 2009 Meetings
Presiding
2891 How Much Should We Charge? M. Eugene Bierbaum, Ph.D., CPP-T 50 4 154 2009 Parliamentarian
Professionalism

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