62R. H. W. B. Joseph to Harrod, 22 October 1923 [a]

 

 

Replying to a letter not found, Joseph discusses the effect of increasing population on productivity and Harrod's argument on the desirability of reducing birth control. [1]

  1. a. From New College, Oxford # , two pages ALS, with envelope addressed to Christ Church, in KHLM 171.
  1. 1. The decrease of population became one of Harrod's major concerns in the second half of the 1930s. See, for a list of his writings to the press on the subject, note 1 to press item 10 ; on contraception as a cause of population decline see press item 13 .


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