678R. J. M. Keynes to Harrod, 13 June 1937 [a]

Keynes apologises for Marks's letter in The Times; [1] "I thought you were much wiser to come in independently into what is avowedly not a brand new subject".

  1. 1. Geoffrey Marks wrote to The Times complaining that the Oxford economist who signed the collective letter "Action against a Slump" (The Times, 9 June 1937, p. 17) "are not interested in the views of Cambridge economist", otherwise they would have introduced some reference to Keynes ("Action against a Slump", The Times, 11 June 1937). The economists' letter was drafted by Meade, and commented upon by Harrod in letter 669 to Meade of 18 May.
    1. a. From King's College, Cambridge#, ACI, not addressed, in HP II-76. Reproduced by kind permission of the Provost and Scholars, King's College, Cambridge.

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