286R. Joan Robinson to Harrod, 25 February [1933] [a]

Robinson is "all for" the collective letter to The Times of 10 March, and promises to approach Pigou and Robertson on the matter as soon as she has a draft of the letter. She suggests that with diplomacy some London names could be obtained: "I have the impression that they are weakening a bit." [1]

  1. 1. Harrod, "More Money in Circulation" ( 1933:1 , press item 5 ). Harrod sent the draft to Robinson on 28 February (see letter 287 R). Pigou and Robertson did not sign, nor did any LSE member (see letters 289 R, 291 R and note 14 to press item 5 ); Barger, Gaitskell and Wootton of University College, London, accepted to sign (see press item 5 , [jump to page] ).
    1. a. From 3 Trumpington Street, Cambridge, APcS, written on both sides, in HP IV-1270-1303/9. Year read from postmark. Reproduced by kind permission of the Provost and Scholars, King's College, Cambridge.

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