Appendix C
Books and other Writings

SECTION I
BOOKS: sets out the books written wholly or largely by W. H. B. -- twenty in number to the end of 1949.
SECTION II
OFFICIAL REPORTS: sets out Reports -- twelve in number -- written wholly by W. H. B. or in which he took a large part. Most of these reports have been published officially. Secret reports and official memoranda are excluded.
SECTION III
SELECTED ARTICLES, PAMPHLETS and OTHER WRITINGS: is illustrative only. Technical articles on economic problems, as well as a great mass of articles in daily or weekly papers (principally in "Morning Post", 1905-08, and in "The Times", "Observer", "News Chronicle", "Star and Daily Herald" in World War II) have been excluded. Many broadcasts published in The Listener are also excluded. Most speeches and articles dealing with the Beveridge Report are excluded (in so far as they do not appear in THE PILLARS OF SECURITY).Some of this material is in seven bound volumes of Varia kept by W. H. B. A slightly less complete collection is in the Library of University College, Oxford.Section III, as shown, includes a few contributions to published books written mainly by others. I. BOOKS
1. UNEMPLOYMENT: A PROBLEM OF INDUSTRY. ( Longmans, Green and Co., 1909, pp. xvi + 313.) Second Edition, 1910, pp. xvi + 323. Third Edition, 1912, pp. xvi + 405.
2. JOHN AND IRENE: AN ANTHOLOGY OF THOUGHTS ON WOMAN. ( Longmans, Green and Co., 1912, pp. xxvi + 324.)
3. THE PUBLIC SERVICE IN WAR AND PEACE. Lecture at School of Economics, 1919. ( Constable, 1920, pp. 63.)
4. INSURANCE FOR ALL AND EVERYTHING. ( Daily News, 1924, pp. 40.)
5. BRITISH FOOD CONTROL. ( Oxford University Press, 1928, pp. xx + 446.)

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