357Z. Harrod to Lindemann, 18 June, 1935 [a]
Harrod thinks that a decision taken during a London meeting in favour of S[alter]. and against Lindemann depended on broad political matter --"India etc."--, but S. was in reality morally defeated. Harrod suggests that Lindemann should not take any further action for the time being, because anything said would reinstate S. a little in popular favour. Continues at 359 Z.
- a. From Christ Church # , 2 pages ALS, in CHER K142/13b.
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