49R. R. H. Dundas to Harrod, 28 January 1923 [a]

Dundas repeats that Harrod will have to teach Gide's Economics (soon to be abolished) or Nicholson's Elements of Political Economy. [1]

  1. 1. Dundas's previous letter was not found. References are to C. Gide, First Principles of Political Economy, London: Harrap, 1922; J. S. Nicholson, Elements of Political Economy, London: Black, 1903.
    1. a. From The Senior Censor, Christ Church, Oxford # , APcI, in HPBL Add. 72728/167.


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