Articles and memoranda, 1949-07 - 1952-08
Scope and Contents
Texts of papers by LSA on subjects including: the economic crisis and trade policy (1952); Pakistan; the case for Commonwealth Preference; Jawaharlal Nehru; the nature of British Parliamentary government; forms of colonial self-government; the state of the Commonwealth and Empire (1951); the Most Favoured Nation clause; the 1951 Commonwealth conference; the condition of sterling; the Liberal Party and electoral reform; Empire Day; devaluation of sterling; the theory of [Sally] Herbert Frankel [Oxford Professor in the Economics of Underdeveloped Countries] on the relation of the colonies to the European economy; Canada and the sterling area; union with Europe; economic relations between the United States and the rest of the world; the South African War; the 1949 budget; the dollar gap.
Also includes: notes on Sinai [Egypt]; related correspondence, including letters from Hargreaves Parkinson, Editor of the Financial Times and William Casey, Editor of the Times (2).
- 1949-07 - 1952-08
Conditions Governing Access
The papers are open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
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Former / Other Reference
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