Papers of David McCord Wright [manuscript] 1934-51.


Papers of David McCord Wright [manuscript] 1934-51.

Chiefly correspondence with economists, statesmen, and political scientists, regarding economics in general, and Wright's theories in particular. There is also correspondence & material relating to the 1946 survey on faculty saleries conducted by the U. Va. chapter of the A.A.U.P. Correspondence, 1949-50, with personnel of the Richmond Times Dispatch regarding Wright's objections to an article on out-f-state students by William Stauffer. Correspondents include: Hervey Allen, Harold Hitchings Burbank, Pierce Butler, Colin Clark; Benjamin Nathan Cardozo, Colgate Whitehead Darden, Raphae Demos, Walter Franklin George, L.H. Grunebaum; Gottfried Haberler; Alvin H. Hansen; F.A. Hayek; John Maynard Keynes, Leon H. Keyserling; Abba D. Lerner; James Clark McReynolds, Paul A. Samuelson; Elizabeth Boody Schumpter; Joseph Schumpeter, Harlan Fiske Stone, Robert Ferdinand Wagner, A. Dudley Ward; and Murat Williams.

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