Economic Advice for Lloyd George
In this article I propose to recount some personal experiences of a time when I served, briefly, as an economic adviser to Mr Lloyd George and a few of his colleagues. I owed my invitation to act in that capacity to Mr Seebohm Rowntree, which whom I was well acquainted, and I spent part of the summer of 1930 working in close association with him at Lloyd George’s headquarters in Old Queen Street. I was then a young man, and the experience left me with vivid memories of events and persons that may today be of some interest. First of all, I must explain the circumstances that led to the economic inquiries in which I participated.
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