251R. Harrod to J. E. Meade, 7 July 1932 [a]
Harrod thanks Meade for the work he has done in collecting the signatures for the letter to The Times.  In spite of not having had the front page, Harrod thinks the publication "valuable for future reference and as documentary evidence". He announces that he has been "bombarding Runciman with 3 terrific philippics on the subject",  without however being able to convince him. Finally, he wonders about future publicity.
2. The correspondence with Runciman is reproduced here as letters 240 , 243 and 249 .
- a. From Campden Hill Sq., W.8. # , two pages ALS, in MP 2/5(69).
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