604R. L. M. Fraser to Harrod, 10 December 1936 [a]
Fraser congratulates on Harrod's book:  "A truly magnificent example of how knowledge can be advanced without any sacrifice of clear expression and good style. I feel now I need never go back to Keynes or take the trouble over Armstrong  that I had feared would be necessary".
2. Fraser probably refers to W. E. Armstrong, Saving and Investment. The Theory of Capital in a Developing Community, London: Routledge, 1936.
- a. From 15 Chanonry, Old Aberdeen # , APcI, date read from postmark, in HP IV-1238-1254; addressed to Christ Church, but forwarded to 51 Campden Hill Square, London.
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