726R. Francis Fremantle to Harrod, 9 December 1937 [a]
Fremantle introduces himself as the chairman of the Parliamentary Medical Committee.  He thanks Harrod for his letter in The Times in support of the sound statistical requirements advocated in the Population (Statistics) Bill,  and sends a copy of the Governments amendments to the Bill. He asks if Harrod has further amendments to suggest.  Continues at 729 R.
2. Harrod, "The Population Bill. A Long-Sighted Measure" ( 1937:18 ), press item 18 . See, for context, note 1 to press item 17 .
3. In a subsequent letter dated 14 December, Fremantle sent another copy of the government amendments to the Population Bill and discussed the position of the opponents. A meeting was arranged for 16 December (in HP VI-94).
- a. From The House of Commons # , two pages ALS, with envelope addressed to Christ Church, in HP VI-110.
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