41R. Harrod to J. D. Woodruff, 4 November 1922 [a]

Follows on from 39 R. "I have to read a paper to the Economics Club here. I will have to be decent. I shant be able to write it at once, partly because I cant think what to write it on." [1] ]"I am not helping any Liberal. [2] I am rather secluded here, and have excuses for not doing anything. It would be silly to undertake some job [...] just to save my conscience for going to Ipswich (my labor friend is there having a straight fight with a conservative)." [3]

  1. 1. See note 2 to letter 39 .

    2. A general election was called early in November after the Parliament was dissolved on 26 October 1922. As a freshman, Harrod canvassed for John Simon in the Spen Valley by election in 1919 (see letters 4 R, 5 R and 6 R). Later he was three times the election agent for Gilbert Murray: see note 1 to letter 161 R.

    3. E. J. C. Neep: see letter 38 R.

    1. a. From King's College, [Cambridge], one page ALS, in DWP Box 3 Folder 23.

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