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Publications of the National Civil Service Reform League
Proceedings at the Annual Meetings of the National Civil Servico
Reform League, 1884 to 1907, inclusive, (excepting those of
1888–1893, inclusive, and 1898, out of priat). Civil Service Reform under the present National Administration.
By George William Curtis. (Annual Address of the President, 1885.) The Situation. By George William Curtis. (Address of 1886.) The Necessity and Progress of Civil Service Reform. By Carl
Schurz. (Address of 1894.) Encouragements and Warnings. By Carl Schurz. (Address of 1896.) A Review of the Year. By Carl Schurz. (Address of 1898.) Renewed Struggles. By Carl Schurz. (Address of 1899.) Some Object Lessons. By Carl Schurz. (Address of 1903.) Successful Progress. By Daniel C. Gilman. (address of 1902.) Civil Service Reform as á Moral Question, By Chas. J. Bonaparte.
(1889.) Can We Trast Our Army to Spoilsmen ? By Charles J. Bonaparte.
(1 98.) What is Civil Service Reform ? .By Charles J. Bonaparte. (1902.) The Reform of the Consular Service. By Oscar S. Straus. (1894.) The Appointment and Tenure of Postmasters. By R. H. Dana.
(1895.) The Republican Party and Civil Service Reform. By Henry
Hitchcock. (1897.) The Democratic Party and Civil Service Reform. By Moorfield
Storey. (1897.) An Open Letter to Hon. C. H. Grosvenor, in reply to recent attacks
on the Civil Service Law and Rules. By George McAneny. (1897.) Civil Service Commissions Essential to Civil Service Reform. By
Dorman B. Eaton. (1896.) The Need and Best Means for Providing a Competent and Stable
Civil Service for Our New Dependencies. By Dorman B.
Eaton, (1898.) The Legal Situation–The Right to Compete for Public Employ.
ment. By Edwin Burritt mith. (1897.) The Murrain of Spoils in the Indian Service. By Herbert Welsh.
(1898) The Choice of Correct Methods in the Administration of American
Dependencies. By Elliot H. Goodwin. (1900.) Four Reports. Prepared by the Investigating Committee of the National
Civil Service Reform League. (1901.) Superannuation in the Civil Service. Reports of Special Com
mittees. (1900, 1906 & 1907.) Withdrawals from the Civil Service. Report of a Special Committee
of the League. (1906.) The Situation in Porto Rico. Report of the Committee on the Civil
Service in Dependencies, (1902.) The Theory and the Practice of Civil Service Reform. By Wil.
liam Dudley Foulke. (1891.) Civil Service Reform and Municipal Government. By Albert Shaw
and Horace E. Deming. (1897.) The Relation of Civil Service Reform to Municipal Administra.
tion. By Prof. John A. Fairlie. (1905.) Higher Municipal Appointive Offices and the Merit System.
Report of a Committee of the League. (1906.)
Charles E. Hughes, of New York, at the Annual Meeting of the