In the spring of 1949 a small posthumous book by an economist appeared in London under the title Two Memoirs. Economists’ memoirs are not often of general interest but these turned out to be among the twentieth-century’s most interesting works of what is now called life-writing. Part of that interest comes from the remarkable origin of the memoirs.
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