Bibliography of Civil Service Reform and Related Subjects (Google eBook)
Pub. for the Women's Auxiliary to the Civil Service Reform Association, 1907 - Bibliography - 55 pages
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46th Congress American Annual Report appointment April Bonaparte Carl Schurz Chap Charles Richardson charter City Government Civil Service Commission Civil Service Law Civil Service Reform Civil Service Rules Civil Service System Clinton Rogers Woodruff competitive examinations Congress Corruption Cyclopedia of Political Deming departments Dorman E. L. Godkin East India College Eaton England Executive Patronage February Federation of Women's George William Curtis Herbert Welsh Horace Indian Civil Service Jackson January Jenckes John July June Lalor's Cyclopedia Legislation March ment merit system Methods Municipal Government Municipal Program Municipal Reform National Civil Service National Municipal League October Office-Holding Organization Party patronage system police and fire Political Science President Prof Progress of Civil Public Office Public Service Published Relation of Civil Review Richard Henry Dana Selection Senate Service Reform Association Service Reform League Service Reform movement Service Reform Principles Spoils System Tenure of Office Term and Tenure tion William Dudley Foulke Women's Clubs
Page 54 - Appointments and promotions in the civil service of the State, and of all the civil divisions thereof, including cities and villages, shall be made according to merit and fitness to be ascertained, so far as practicable, by examinations, which, so far as practicable, shall be competitive...
Page 10 - A municipal program. Report of a committee of the National Municipal League, adopted by the League November 17, 1899, together with explanatory and other papers.
Page 20 - Tennre of Office. By Dorman B. Eaton. (1882.) Daniel Webster and the Spoils System. An extract from Senator Bayard's oration at Dartmouth College, June, 1882. Address of lion. Carl Schurz in opposition to the bill to amend the New York Civil Service Laws, commonly known as the "Black Act.
Page 20 - The Purpose of Civil Service Reform. By Henry Loomis Nelson. (Reprinted, by permission, from the Forum, for January, 1901.) The Organization of the Modern Consular Service. By George McAneny. (Reprinted, by permission, from the Century...
Page 26 - Leónidas, pseud. A reply to Lucius Junius Brutus. Examination of the president's answer to the New-Haven remonstrance: with an appendix, containing the number of collectors, naval officers, surveyors, supervisors, district attorneys and marshals, in the United States, shewing how many incumbents are Republicans, and how many are Federalists. New York: Denniston and Cheetham, 1801. 62 p., 2 1.
Page 25 - That the practice of removing public officers by the President, for any other purpose than that of securing the faithful execution of the laws...
Page 14 - Why We Have Unsatisfactory Public Servants and How We Can Get Good Ones," for further reference to which see the Table of Contents.
Page 23 - IN AMERICAN POLITICS. A TRACT FOR THE TIMES TOUCHING CIVIL SERVICE REFORM. New York: Anson DF Randolph, 1877. LL. Randall, James G. "Some Legal Aspects Of The Confiscation Acts Of The Civil War".