자료 1:[구글도서] The Collected Interwar Papers and Correspondence of Roy Harrod (Daniele Besomu, 2003)
자료 2: The Collected Interwar Papers and Correspondence of Roy Harrod (That part of the letter from FDR to FF)
R.H.F. Harrod. Esq.
- Harrod and others to the United States President, F.D. Roosevelt, reproduced here as letter 329; the letter was transmitted to the president by Felix Frankfurter.
- The president's letter was actually paraphrased, rather than quoted. The original, dated 22 December 1933, runs as follows (FDR, Collection PSF, Box 134, The letter is printed in full in Roosevelt and Frankfurter: Their Correspondence 1928-1945, annotated by M. Freedman, London and Toronto: The Bodley Head, 1967, pp. 183-84):
(...) You can tell the professor (Keynes) that in regard to public works we shall spend in the next fiscal year [‘the next fiscal year’ verified, contrary to ‘the fiscal year’] nearly twice the amount we are spending in this fiscal year, but there is a practical limit to what the Government can borrowㅡespecially because the banks are offering passive resistance in most of the large centers.