388Z. <+> to Harrod, 5 October, 1936 [a]

Follows on from 387 Z. The director of Thorton Butterworth dissipates Harrod's concern, expressed in a previous letter not found, that a `popular' book on population would compete with the publications of Oxford University Press. [1]

  1. a. From the Director, Thorton Butterworth L td , London # , TLS, 1 page, in HP IV-C-A/6.
  1. 1. The wording of this letter, similarly to letter 389 Z, suggests that Harrod was tempted to accept to write a book on population, but was in doubt about the choice of the publisher.


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