548Z. Godfrey Nicholson to Harrod, 3 February, 1939 [a]
Nicholson replies to Harrod's circular letter ( 894 ) to dissident conservatives, arguing that the Government after all still commands the confidence of the majority of the electors (especially of women), and doubting that `negative politics' could be successful because of the `conservativeness' of conservatives. He thinks that the only beneficial change in policy can come from a `palace revolt' within the ranks of the Conservative party.
- a. From 20, Hyde Park Street, W.2., 2 pages TLS with autograph additions, in HP VI-511.
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