Special correspondence: Rhys Williams, 1942-09 - 1955-02
Scope and Contents
Correspondence with Juliet, Lady Rhys Williams on subjects including: the death of Sir Rhys Rhys Williams; the revelation of the agreement between Winston Churchill, Prime Minister and Franklin Roosevelt, President of the United States, over atomic power in 1943; her book ["Taxation and Incentive"]; the United Europe Movement; economic policy, particularly relating to trade; the Joint Council of Monetary and Economic Research; social reform.
Other correspondents include: Sir John Anderson, Chancellor of the Exchequer [later 1st Lord Waverley] on Juliet Rhys Williams's income tax ideas.
Also includes: text of article by Walter Lippman on politics and American foreign policy; tables illustrating Juliet Rhys Williams's ideas for income tax reform; pamphlets by Juliet Rhys Williams outlining a new social contract, as an alternative to the Beveridge Report, and on income tax reform.
- 1942-09 - 1955-02
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The papers are open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
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