316R. J. Shepherd to Harrod, 2 September 1933 [a]
Shepherd, the organising secretary to the Monetary Reform Association, thanks Harrod for his letter (not found) of 18 August. Shepherd thinks that Harrod's proposal of increasing public debt to provide investment for increased savings would not be accepted favourably by public opinion. He explains the project proposed by his association and its propaganda strategy, and invites Harrod to give his support to the movement. He sends a manifesto expounding the object and the programme of the Monetary Reform Association. 
per oz., and the requirement for the Bank of England to maintain stable prices after unemployment has been reabsorbed (Monetary Reform Association, "Monetary Reform Association", Statute, Manchester 1930, and Monetary Reconstruction by Reflation and Currency Management, Salford: The Manor Press, ).
- a. From The Monetary Reform Association, Manchester # , three pages TLS, accompanying a manifesto of the Monetary Reform Association, in HCN Offprints.
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