Bacevich, Andrew J., American Empire: The Realities and Consequences of U.S. Diplomacy (2002). Argues that while Beard might have been wrong about the need to oppose Hitler, he assessed how American economic interests drive foreign policy.
Barrow, Clyde W., More Than a Historian: The Political and Economic Thought of Charles A. Beard (2000)
Borning, Bernard C., The Political and Social Thought of Charles A. Beard (University of Washington Press, 1962) online edition
Brown, David S., Beyond the Frontier: Midwestern Historians in the American Century (2009)
Brown, Robert Eldon, Charles Beard and the Constitution: A critical analysis of "An economic interpretation of the Constitution" (1954)
Cott, Nancy F., A Woman Making History: Mary Ritter Beard through Her Letters (1991)
Cushing, Strout, The Pragmatic Revolt in American History: Carl Becker and Charles Beard (1958) online edition
Dennis, L., (1990) George S. Counts and Charles A. Beard: Collaborators for Change. (SUNY Series in the Philosophy of Education). State Univ of New York Press
Egnal, Marc, "The Beards Were Right: Parties in the North, 1840-1860," Civil War History, Vol. 47, 2001
Hofstadter, Richard. The Progressive Historians: Turner, Beard, Parrington (1968), pp 167–346. Detailed analysis of Beard's historiography.
Kennedy, Thomas C., Charles A. Beard and American Foreign Policy (1975) online edition
Forrest McDonald, We The People: The Economic Origins of the Constitution (1958)
Nore, Ellen, Charles A. Beard: An Intellectual Biography (1983). online edition
Radosh, Ronald, Prophets on the Right: Profiles of Conservative Critics of American Globalism (1978)