BECK, James Montgomery, 1861-1936


Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives

Extended Bibliography

Beck, James M. L’Affaire Cavell (The case of Edith Cavell). Paris: Fontemoing et cie, 1918.

———. America and the allies. [London: Jordan-Gaskell ltd., 1916].

———. Il caso del Belgio. Parigi, Nuova York [etc.]: T. Nelson & sons, [1915].

———. The city of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Press of Allen, Lane & Scott, 1893.

———. The Constitution of the United States. Revised and with additional material by James Truslow Adams. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc., 1941.

———. Deutschland und Belgien. London: Harrison and sons, 1915.

———. The double alliance versus the triple entente. French. London, New York [etc.]: Oxford University press: H. Milford, [1914]. Reprint, Lausanne: Payot & cie, [1915].

———. The equity power of United States courts in labor controversies. Washington: Government Printing Office., 1932.

———. The Evidence in the Case. Introduction by Joseph H. Choate. 1914. Reprint, London and New York: G. P. Putnams’s sons, 1916.

———. Germany’s Case Tried In Court. London: George Newnes, Limited, 1914.

———. “Ground arms!” An oration delivered at the celebration of the one hundred and seventeenth anniversary of the Declaration of independence, at the invitation of the councils of the city of Philadelphia, in Independence square, July 4th, 1893. Philadelphia: Press of Allen, Lane & Scott, 1893.

———. La guerre et l’humanité. New York [etc.]: G. P. Putnam’s sons; [etc., etc.], 1917.

———. Jefferson and the liberty of the press. [N.p.], 1931.

———. The Lewis Publishing Company, a body corporate in law, complainant-appellant, against Edward M. Morgan, postmaster in and for the city of New York, defendant appellee. New York: C. G. Burgoyne, [1912].

———. The memory of McKinley. [N.p., 1908].

———. The menace of bureaucracy; an address delivered at a dinner given by the member of the Chicago Board of trade at the Hotel Stevens, Chicago, Novenber 10, 1931. [N.p., 1931?]

———. The Necessity of a City Hall Plaza. Philadelphia: Press of Allen, Lane and Scott, 1896.

———. The relative influence of the lawyer in modern life; an address delivered at Earl hall, Columbia university, at the invitation of the trustees and faculties of the University, to the graduates and alumni of the Law school, on May 25, 1908. [N.p., 1908?]

———. The Passing of the New Freedom. New York: George H. Doran Company, 1920.

———. Le procès de Miss Cavell; quelques remarques sur les droits des non-combattants. Lausanne: Payot & cie, 1916.

———. The Reckoning. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1918.

———. The United States and war. New York: The Pennsylvania society, [1916].

———. The War and Humanity. Foreword by Theodore Roosevelt. 3rd ed. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1917.

———. Washington and the world war. [Morristown?: N.p., 1918].

———. Our Wonderland of Bureaucracy: A Study of the Growth of Bureaucracy in the Federal Government, and its Destructive Effect on the Constitution. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1932.

———. The youthful Franklin; an address delivered at the unveiling of a statue to Benjamin Franklin at the University of Pennsylvania, on June 16, 1914. Philadelphia: Printed at the shop of Franklin printing company, [1914].

Keller, Morton. In Defense of Yesterday; James M. Beck and the Politics of Conservatism, 1861-1936. New York: Coward-McCann, 1958.

United States. Congress. House. Committee on elections no. 2. James M. Beck election case, first district of Pennsylvania. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1928.