326R. R. F. Kahn to Harrod, 15 November 1933 [a]

Follows on from 324 R, the exchange continues at 328 . With reference to Harrod's proposed collective letter to President Roosevelt, Kahn thinks it is "a beautiful letter", and sends "a few rough notes which Joan Robinson and I have concocted. But please don't take any notice of them unless you want to." [1]

  1. 1. The enclosure was not found. However, a draft of the letter to Roosevelt is preserved among Joan Robinson's papers. For a collation of the significant alterations see the notes to letter 329 .
    1. a. From King's College, Cambridge # , one page ALS, in HP IV-586-668.

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