The Federalist 85

Concluding RemarksHamilton From McLean's Edition, New York. To the People of the State of New York:ACCORDING to the formal division of the subject of these papers, announced in my first number, there would appear still to remain for discussion two points: ``the analogy of the proposed government to your own State constitution,'' and ``the additional security which its adoption will afford to...
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Introduction to Robert’s Rules of Order

Motions A motion is a proposal that the entire membership take action or a stand on an issue. Individual members can: Call to order.Move a motion.Second a motion.Debate motions.Vote on motions. Basic Types of Motions Main Motions introduce items to the membership for their consideration. They cannot be made when any other motion is on the floor, and yield to privileged, subsidiary, and...
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