Radice (1907-96) was educated at Winchester College and Magdalen College, Oxford. He was general secretary of the New Fabian Research Bureau and the Society for Socialist Inquiry and Propaganda (1931-33). He left to become Commonwealth Fund fellow at Columbia University in New York (1933-35), and then assistant professor of economics at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut (1937-39). He joined the League of Nations Secretariat (1939) and the Ministry of Economic Warfare (1940-44). After the war he worked at HM Foreign Service (1945-53) and the Ministry of Defence (1953-70), of which he was director of Economic Intelligence (1966-70). He was senior research fellow at St Antony's College, Oxford (1970-73).
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Source: wsw 1997; E. Durbin, New Jerusalems (1985).
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