217R. Harrod to G. G. A. Murray, 5 October 1931 [a]

Having been exasperated by political developments, Harrod was led to hurriedly draft a document which, although containing "crudities, exaggerations and harshness", "gets the essentials of the position". [1]

  1. 1. Probably refers to an untitled pamphlet on tariffs and development policy, here as essay 7 . See in particular note 7 for more details on the political situation.
    1. a. From Christ Church # , one page ALS, in GMP 108.


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