A Reply to Mr. Hawtrey

@article{Schwob1936ART,
  title={A Reply to Mr. Hawtrey},
  author={Philippe Schwob},
  journal={Economica},
  year={1936},
  volume={3},
  pages={72}
}
First of all, I feel very pleased in thanking Mr. Hawtrey for the attention he has given to my paper. I am not sure that our theses are as close together as he thinks they are, and I shall try to make my ideas more precise in the light of his valuable objections. I beg the reader to excuse the " gallicisms " he may find in these few pages, but I prefer to write them myself in bad English than to have them translated. Though, thanks to the Editor, the translation of my original article was done… 

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