513. J. E. Meade to Harrod , 14 January 1936 [a]

[Replies to 511 , answered by 514 ]

11 Holywell Street, Oxford #

14 January 1936

My dear Roy,

I should very much like to read your Chapter 3, when it is ready.

I have been thinking about your Relation [1] and enclose a few further considerations. I hope that you will forgive me for bombarding you with so much criticism. I am quite sure that your Relation is of the utmost importance, but I become increasingly convinced that there are situations in which it underestimates changes in the proportions between Capital and Labour. Anyhow you can judge from the enclosed note.

I will keep your MS. [2] if I may, until you dine here next Monday.

Yours

James.

P.S. I am looking forward to hearing about Copenhagen.

 

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