133R. W. A. Appleton to Harrod, 2 February 1927 [a]
Follows on from 120 R, continues at 138 R. Appleton thanks Harrod for his memorandum, which he has read with great interest and very general agreement.  He wonders whether the description of interest is quite as intelligible as it might be and whether the description of the Bank's attitude might not lead to misunderstanding.  However, the memorandum gives him something concrete to go upon. Appleton adds that some useful replies are coming in from the chambers of commerce. 
2. "Memo on the Effect of Prices on Employment", [jump to page] - [jump to page] .
3. Refers to the replies to a questionnaire on unemployment, presumably prepared by Harrod and Humphrey Mynors, which was circulated among trade unions, workers' associations, employers' associations and chambers of commerce. For further details and a transcription of the questions asked see note 1 to essay 4 .
- a. 1 page ALS, from the General Federation of Trade Unions, Hamilton House, London # , in HP V-109/19.
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