Arthur J. Altmeyer/Bibliography
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For a chronological listing of Altmeyer's works, see Arthur J. Altmeyer/Works.
- The Industrial Commission of Wisconsin:A Case Study in Labor Law Administration. Ph.D. Diss., University of Wisconsin, 1931.
- Adviser: John R. Commons.
- The Industrial Commission of Wisconsin. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1936.
- An important reference work on the ICW, with a foreword by John R. Commons.
- "The Future of Social Security in America." The Social Service Review (1953).
- Altmeyer address at the William Hodson Memorial Lecture.
- "The Wisconsin Idea and Social Security." The Wisconsin Magazine of History 42, no. 1 (Autumn 1958): 19-25.
- "The Development and Status of Social Security in America." Essay in Labor, Management, and Social Policy: Essays in the John R. Commons Tradition, edited by Gerald G. Somers. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1963.
- The Formative Years of Social Security. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1966.
- This is one of the standard reference works on the development of the Social Security Act and the Social Security Administration.
- With Alva Myrdal and Dean Rusk. America's Role in International Social Welfare. Florina Lasker Lectures. Gloucester, MA: P. Smith, 1967.
- Social security within an international perspective.
- DeWitt, Larry. "Never A Finished Thing: A Brief Biography of Arthur Joseph Altmeyer—The Man FDR Called 'Mr. Social Security'." Social Security Pioneers: Arthur J. Altmeyer. Washington, DC: Social Security Administration, 1997.
- Dewitt, at the time of this article, was a historian for the Social Security Administration.
- Boches, Frank. "A Visit with Arthur Altmeyer." Oasis, August 1966, 12-13.
About the New Deal in which Altmeyer is discussed
- Joseph Wallis, John. "The Birth of the Old Federalism: Financing the New Deal, 1932–1940." The Journal of Economic History 44, no. 1 (March 1984): 139-159. doi:10.1017/S0022050700031417