A Bibliography of Writings by Henry A. Wallace
List includes all books published by Henry A. Wallace, collections of Wallace's papers, and a selection of articles by Wallace.
Books by Henry A. Wallace
Articles by Henry A. Wallace
Papers, Manuscripts, and Other Materials
Selections from Henry A. Wallace's Writings and Speeches
Selected Bibliography of Henry Cantwell Wallace (1866-1924)
Agricultural Prices. Des Moines: Wallace Publishing Company, 1920.
America Must Choose, The Advantages and Disadvantages of Nationalism, of World Trade and of a Planned Middle Way. Boston: Foreign Policy Association and World Peace Foundation, 1934.
The American Choice. New York: Reynal and Hitchcock, 1940.
Christian Bases of World Order. New York: Abington-Cokesbury Press, 1943.
Democracy First. London: Oxford University Press, 1944.
Democracy Reborn. London: Hammond and Hammond, 1945.
Henry A. Wallace's Irrigation Frontier: On the Trail of the Corn Belt Farmer, 1909. Eds. Richard Lowitt and Judith Fabry. Norman: U of Oklahoma P, 1991.
New Frontiers. New York: Reynal and Hitchcock, 1934.
Our Job in the Pacific. New York: American Institute of Pacific Relations, 1944.
Paths to Plenty. Washington, D.C.: Home Library Foundation, 1938.
The Price of Free World Victory. New York: L. B. Fischer, 1942.
The Price of Vision: The Diary of Henry A. Wallace, 1942-1946. Ed. John Morton Blum. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1973.
Sixty Million Jobs. London: William Heinemann, 1946.
Speeches in Britain. London: Reynolds News, 1947.
Statesmanship and Religion. New York: Round Table Press, 1934.
Technology, Corporations, and the General Welfare. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1937.
Toward World Peace. 1948. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1970.
Whose Constitution, An Inquiry Into the General Welfare. New York: Reynal and Hitchcock, 1936.
Wallace and Andrew J. Steiger. Soviet Asia Mission. New York: Reynal and Hitchcock, 1946.
Wallace and George W. Snedecor. Correlation and Machine Calculation. Ames: Iowa State College Press, 1925.
Wallace and William Brown. Corn and Its Early Fathers. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1956.
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"America Recluse or Trader?" Colliers 95 (Feb 2, 1935), 7-8, 50-51.
"Beard: Planner," New Republic 81 (Jan 2, 1935), 225-27.
"Common and Conflicting Interests of Farmers and Industrial Labor." Vital Speeches 5 (Dec. 15, 1938): 154-56.
"Controlling Agricultural Output." Journal of Farm Economics 5 (Jan 1923), 16-25.
"Farm Economics and Agricultural Planning." Journal of Farm Economics 18 (Feb. 1936): 1- 11.
"The Farmer and Social Discipline." Journal of Farm Economics 16 (Jan. 1934): 1-12.
"Foundations of Peace." Atlantic Monthly 169 (Jan. 1942), 34-41.
"Good-bye to the Fleshpots," Saturday Review of Literature 11 (Sept 22, 1934): 121-22.
"How I'd Stop the March of Stalin." Coronet 29 (Nov. 1951)
"In Search of New Frontiers." Vital Speeches 1 (July 29, 1935): 705-10.
"Is the A.A.A. Experiment Proving a Success?" Congressional Digest 13 (Dec. 1934): 300-302.
"My Commitments." Vital Speeches 14 (1 August 1948): 620-23.
"National Security and the Farm." Atlantic Monthly 160 (Sept 1937): 283-89.
"The Next Four Years in Agriculture." New Republic 89 (Dec. 2, 1936): 133-36.
"A New Dealer Looks at the New Frontier." Journal of Farm Economics 44 (May 1962).
Rev. of The Corn and Hog Surplus of the Corn Belt, by Alonzo E. Taylor. Journal of Farm Economics 14 (July 1934): 506-11.
Rev. of The Farm Bureau and the New Deal: A Study of the Making of National Farm Policy, 1933-40, by Christiana McFadyen Campbell. Agricultural History 37 (April 1963): 112-15.
"The Search for the American Way." Scribner's 100 (July 1936): 22-27.
"Spiritual Forces and the State." The Forum and Century 91 (June 1934): 352-56.
"Veblen's Imperial Germany and the Industrial Revolution." Political Science Quarterly 55 (Sept 1940): 435-45.
"Why a Third Party in 1948?" Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 259 (Sept. 1948).
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The Wallace papers : an index to the microfilm editions of the Henry A. Wallace papers in the University of Iowa Libraries, the Library of Congress, and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library. Ed. Earl M. Rogers. Iowa City: University of Iowa Libraries, 1975.
Wallace, Henry Agard. The reminiscences of Henry Agard Wallace [microform]. Glen Rock, NJ: Microfilming Corp. of America, 1977.
Wallace, Henry Agard. The diary of Henry Agard Wallace, January 18, 1935-September 19, 1946 [microform]. Glen Rock, N.J. : Microfilming Corp. of America,1977.
The Henry Agard Wallace collection at the Library of Congress Manuscript Division: Papers, 1934-1945.
Description: 24,600 items. 141 containers. 43 microfilm reels.
Includes: Correspondence, memoranda, subject files, scrapbooks, clippings, and photographs documenting Wallace's service as U.S. secretary of agriculture and as U.S. vice-president.
Wallace, Henry Agard. Miscellaneous recollections of the internment train, April 14-15, 1945. Iowa City: Friends of the University of Iowa Libraries, 1974.
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Below you will find selections from Henry A. Wallace's writings and speeches.
"Putting Our Lands In Order" Chapter 18 of New Frontiers, New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1934. Pages 239-248. New Frontiers is Wallace's vision of the values, skills, and programs needed for America to settle the "New Frontier," a land of growth, abundance, and a deep and abiding respect for the land and human rights. In "Putting Our Lands In Order," Wallace explains the social and economic rational for many of the New Deal agricultural programs.
Foreword to Soils & Men: Yearbook of Agriculture, 1938.
"The Century of the Common Man" A selection from Wallace's book of the same name, and part of Wallace's "Price of Free World Victory" speech, given before the Free World Association at New York on May 8, 1942.
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Bibliography of Henry Cantwell Wallace (1866-1924): Addresses and statements / Henry C. Wallace. Published: [s.l. : s.n., 192-?-
LC Call No.: S441 .W18
Wallace, Henry Cantwell. Our Debt and Duty to the Farmer. New York: Arno Press, 1975.
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