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    SMITH’S DIAGRAM OF PARLIAMENTARY RULES

    Showing the Relation of Any Motion to Every Other Motion, and Answering at a Glance Over Five Hundred Questions in Parliamentary PracticeKSDPR 2.1

    Picture:Illustration: Parliamentary RulesKSDPR 2

    [CD-ROM Editor’s Note: This diagram has 3 parts: “Negative Rules” on the left; “List of Motions in the Order of Their Precedence” in the center; and “Affirmative Rules” on the right. Smith has placed lines from the “List of Motions” in both directions showing which rules apply to which motions. We have numbered the “Negative Rules” and the “Positive Rules” and the numbers on each side of the “List of Motions” refers to the numbers on the left - “Negative Rules”, and the numbers at the end of the “List of Motions” refers to the numbers on the right - “Affirmative Rules”. See the smaller scanned diagram above.]

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