Scope and Contents
Correspondents include: Sir Alfred Sherman; David Penhaligon; Richard Lankester, Registrar of Members' Interests; Dr Wyndham Davies on returning to political life and his discussion with Milton Friedman [Professor of Economics, University of Chicago] on British economic policy and Friedman's quarrel with JEP (3); William Deedes, Editor of the Daily Telegraph; James Thompson, Bishop of Stepney, on JEP's contribution to racial tension; Mark Schreiber [Editorial Consultant for the Economist, later Lord Marlesford]; [Edward] Teddy Taylor; Charles Douglas-Home, Editor of the Times (2); Peter Thurnam; John Thomas, on nominating JEP for the Freedom of the City of London (3); [George] Victor Le Fanu, Serjeant at Arms, House of Commons (2); David Menhennet, Librarian of the House of Commons; Professor E Mensching on a biography of Paul Maas (3); Max Hastings; [?] Nicholas Scott, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Northern Ireland Office; [Bruce] Bernard Weatherill, Speaker of the House of Commons (2); John Cousins; William Smillie, General Manager of the House of Commons Refreshment Department; Charles Irving; [William] John Biffen, Lord Privy Seal; Trevor Beeson, Canon of Westminster; Lord Molson.
Other subjects include: literary requests and enquiries; invitations; charitable appeals.
Also includes: exhibition catalogue for work by Andrew Freeth; drafts of a monograph on Paul Maas [in German]; memoir of Maas by JEP; extract from The British Political Tradition, by W H Greenleaf, on Powellism.