A full listing of works consulted would be much too ponderous for a book of this size. I have recorded below only those cited or mentioned in my text or notes. For the convenience of the reader I have arranged the entries according to their primary place in a framework of categories which reflects my particular exploitation of the materials. The Becker Papers are in the Mann Library at Cornell University; the Villard Papers in the Houghton Library at Harvard University; the Barnes File in the possession of Harry Elmer Barnes.
Beard Mary R., The Making of Charles A. Beard, New York, Exposition Press, 1955.
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Curti Merle E., "A Great Teacher's Teacher", Social Education, 13 ( 1949), 263-6, 274.
Goldman Eric F., "Charles A. Beard: An Impression", Charles A. Beard: An Appraisal, ed. Howard K. Beale ( Lexington, University of Kentucky Press, 1954), pp. 1-7.
Josephson Matthew, "Charles A. Beard: A Memoir", Virginia Quarterly Review, 25 ( 1949), 585-602.
Macmahon Arthur W., "Charles Austin Beard as a Teacher", Political Science Quarterly, 65 ( 1950), 1-19.
Phillips Harlan B., "Charles Beard, Walter Vrooman, and the Founding of Ruskin Hall", South Atlantic Quarterly, 50 ( 1951), 186-91.
Sabine George H., "Carl Lotus Becker", intro. to Becker, Freedom and Responsibility in the American Way of Life ( New York, Knopf, 1945) pp. vii-xlii.