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Manual of Parliamentary Practice

by Thomas Jefferson

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This book will probably be my most treasured of all the books I own in my vast collection. It only serves to solidify that which I feel is my calling, my destiny, my legend...
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1856. With references to the practice and rules of the House of Representatives. The whole brought down to the practice of the present time; to which are added the rules and orders, together with the joint rules of both houses of congress and accompanied with copious indices. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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