Found in 53 Collections and/or Records:
Articles, books and pamphlets, many by LSA or with contributions and annotations by him, 1931 - 1949
Pamphlets issued by the Empire Economic Union (which was chaired by LSA).
Includes correspondence with JA's literary agents, various notes and drafts, and books, pamphlets, articles and papers on various publications by others, many of which he contributed to or commented on.
Memoranda by LSA on discussions with the United States over trade policy and economic expansion, Imperial Preference and American economic ambitions.
Letters from LSA to: Major-General Charles Callwell [Director of Military Operations at the War Office] on the Dardanelles campaign, particularly effects on Bulgaria and Greece; Sir Edward Carson on policy towards Ulster [Northern Ireland]; Robert Borden [Prime Minister of Canada] on Andrew Bonar Law's threat to resign as leader of the Conservative Party over Imperial Preference.
Also includes: paper by LSA on Imperial Preference.
Includes: dictated speech on overseas aid policy (side 1); dictated notes on Empire and Commonwealth economic co-operation during and after the Second World War (side 1); various dictated letters (side 2); dictated notes on Imperial Preference and tariff policy in the 1930s, particularly relating to the Ottawa Imperial Conference [Canada], 1932 (side 2).
Speech notes and texts of speeches and articles by LSA on the Empire, Imperial Preference and expansionist policy, including a speech to the Empire Industries Association on British trading policy.
Cuttings and prints of articles and papers written by LSA on subjects including: military tactical policy; defence from the imperial standpoint; the Australian tariff; South Africa and Imperial Preference; some practical steps towards an Imperial Constitution; cavalry equipment and training; Hudson Bay [Canada] and its coasts.
Cuttings and prints of articles by LSA on subjects including: Imperial administration, particularly in India; wage conditions; tariff reform; Imperial policy, including constitutional measures, defence and the economy; a tribute to Joseph Chamberlain.
Memoranda by LSA on Imperial Preference and economic expansionist policy, and post-war reconstruction, and a report on a meeting between Sir John Anderson, Lord Privy Seal, and a deputation from the Association of Education Committees, the Association of Municipal Corporations and the County Council Association, on air raid precautions in schools.