223Z. Harrod to Sadler, 23 March, 1931 [a]

Replies to 222 Z, answered by 208 . Harrod explains that he did not feel able to adhere to the majority view because this "was not only not the best possible but would, if given effect, be worse than nothing and would block development in future". Harrod is confident that the Rockefeller people are sympathetic with his point of view. [1]

  1. a. From Christ Church, 3 pages ALS, in MS. Top. Oxon. c. 633, fol. 59-60.
  1. 1. Harrod actually made sure that the Rockefeller Foundation was informed of his point of view and would support his position: see letters 206 and 207 .

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