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  • 1. Extraordinary Content Typed Letter Signed

    by Murray, Gilbert (1866-1957)

     

    Seller Description: 1 page, 10 x 8 inches, Oxford, England, November 14, 1940. Written to powerful New York attorney and political power broker Frederic R. Coudert, concerning the Neutrality Laws and President Roosevelt's quest for an unprecedented third term, in part: "...I think your arguments against the Neutrality Law are overwhelming; in fact the law itself is one of the amiable weaknesses which all healthy democracies like yours and ours are subject. I was very much interested in your argument against the ... See More Details

    1940

    unbound, Good

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  • 2. Typed Letter Signed Discussing Peace Between England and the United States

    by Murray, Gilbert (1866-1949)

     

    Seller Description: 2 pages (front and back) on embossed letterhead, 5.5 x 7 inches, Oxford, December 27, 1947. Written to powerful New York attorney Frederic R. Coudert, in part: "...The European situation is really alarming, but I think war can be prevented if only your country and mine do not make for the third time the same mistake: I mean, first encouraging the aggressor by saying that nothing will induce us to fight, and then being forced to fight after all. I do hope our two countries will stand firmly ... See More Details

    1947

    unbound, Good

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  • 3. Typed Letter Signed

    by Murray, Gilbert (1866-1957)

     

    Seller Description: Very good. Fine content. T.L.S. 4to. 1 page, Boars Hill, Oxford, November 17th 1937, to international law attorney and political powerbroker Frederic R. Coudert. The letter reads in part: "...How kind of you to send me a cable about my little broadcast! I felt that it ought to have been done by Salter, or some regular economist, but of course the situation was delicate and the words of a professed economist might carry too much weight. Besides, I doubt if Salter could have spoken without ... See More Details

    1937

    unbound, Very Good

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