246. W. Runciman to Harrod , 30 June 1932 [a]
[Replies to 243 , answered by 249 ]
British Delegation, Hôtel Beau-Rivage, Lausanne #
30 June 1932
I can only spare very few minutes to say that I have read all your letters with very keen interest, but unconvinced. A world wide simultaneous reflation might & [b] probably would be invaluable, but the two conditions of universality & simultaneity are unfortunately unattainable.
We are having terrible troubles in our attempt here to get rid of reparations & war debts  --an obvious policy, & get blocked in twenty different ways.
- a. ALS, two pages on one leaf, in HP IV-1109-1114.
b. Ms: «& &».
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