52R. K. G. Feiling to Harrod, 28 February 1923 [a]

Feiling returns Harrod's scheme for the lectures on money, which he finds excellently drawn. [1]

  1. 1. Harrod taught on "Money" during Michaelmas term 1923. Harrod may have been inspired by Keynes's lectures on Money which he attended during his Cambridge stay: see Harrod, Life of John Maynard Keynes, 1951, pp. 325-327. The course on money is the first set of Harrod's lectures advertised in the Oxford University Gazette. However, in HP V-103 there are notes marked "Lectures on Pol. Science when first at Ch. Ch."; the questions Harrod addressed were: "1. What is the right of the individual vis-a-vis the state? 2. What is the best form of govt.?" As these lectures were never advertised in the University Gazette, they may have been delivered immediately on Harrod's return from Berlin, that is, during Trinity term 1923.
    1. a. From Christ Church House, Iffley Road, Oxford#, ALI, two pages, in HPBL Add. 72728/190.

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