308R. A. H. E. Molson to Harrod, 2 May 1933 [a]

Molson sends the Hansard of the Budget speech and of the first day's debate, and comments upon it; he is afraid that Harrod will disapprove of it strongly, but thinks it is a good budget which goes a slight way in Harrod's direction without abandoning orthodoxy. He thanks Harrod for his invitation, and says that Harrod has much influenced his views on expansionary policy. [1]

  1. 1. Official Report, Parliamentary Debates, Fifth Series, vol. 277, 2 May 1933, pp. 681-820. Molson was a National Unionist Member of Parliament.
    1. a. From 21 St. James's Court, Buckingham Gate, S.W.1., ALS, four pages, in HPBL Add. 71191/78-79.


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