In responding to Sir Norman’s admirably lucid and balanced account of a long, complex, and in certain respects still controversial story, I propose to concentrate on a few general issues rather than points of detail. Having interviewed some of the dramatis personae encountered in his paper and enjoyed privileged access to a small proportion of the vast store of unpublished documents bearing on the war-time and post-war activities of economists in British government,1 I am only too aware of the gaps and deficiencies of our knowledge of the subject.
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Professor A. W. Coats
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