169R. Harrod to G. E. G. Catlin, 16 September 1929 [a]

Harrod "made a few marginal corrections and one or two [...] scrappy comments"; [1] however, he does not feel familiar with the general line of thought and he is "not at all at home in the physical analogies of stress, tension etc." in which the book abunds. On the economic analogies, Harrod comments that "some are too indefinite [...] to have anything to comment on". He does not feel he can consider himself one of the most sympathetic readers.

  1. 1. Probably refers to a draft of G. E. G. Catlin, Study of the Principles of Politics being an Essay Towards Political Rationalization, London: Allen & Unwin, 1930.
    1. a. From Laurel Hill, Sterling # , ALS, two pages, in GEGCP, Box 156.


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