AIKEN, George David, 1892-1984

Courtesy U.S. Senate Historical Office

Extended Bibliography

Aiken, George D. Aiken: Senate Diary, January 1972-January 1975. Brattleboro, VT: Stephen Greene Press, 1976.

___. “The ‘Down’ Years, 1972-1974: A Senator’s View.” American Heritage 27 (August 1976): 27-31, 81-87.

___. Speaking from Vermont. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1938.

Hall, Tom G. “The Aiken Bill, Price Supports and the Wheat Farmer in 1948.” North Dakota History 39 (Winter 1972): 13-22, 47.

Hand, Samuel B. Friends, Neighbors, and Political Allies: Reflections on the Gibson-Aiken Connection. Center for Research on Vermont Occasional Paper no. 11. Burlington: University of Vermont, 1986.

Hand, Samuel B., and D. Gregory Sanford. “Carrying Water on Both Shoulders: George D. Aiken’s 1936 Gubernatorial Campaign in Vermont.” Vermont History 43 (Fall 1975): 292-306.

Hand, Samuel B., and Stephen C. Terry. The Essential Aiken: A Life in Public Service. Burlington: University of Vermont, 2004.

O’Brien, Charles F. “Aiken and Vietnam: A Dialogue with Vermont Voters." Vermont History 61 (Winter 1993): 5-17.

Sanford, D. Gregory. “You Can’t Get There From Here: The Presidential Boomlet for Governor George D. Aiken, 1937-1939.” Vermont History 49 (Fall 1981): 197-208.

Searls, Paul M. “George Aiken and the Taft-Hartley Act: A Less Undesirable Alternative." Vermont History 60 (Summer 1992): 155-166.

Sherman, Michael, ed. The Political Legacy of George D. Aiken: Wise Old Owl of the U.S. Senate. Woodstock, VT: Countryman Press, 1995.

Stoler, Mark A. “Aiken, Mansfield and The Tonkin Gulf Crisis: Notes from the Congressional Leadership Meeting at the White House, August 4, 1964.” Vermont History 50 (Spring 1982): 80-94.

___. “What Did He Really Say? The ‘Aiken Formula’ for Vietnam Revisited.” Vermont History 46 (Spring 1978): 100-108.