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60–2). Neither the Princeton nor the College Park archive offers any primary evidence on White’s role in the discussions. White to Mrs Klotz (Morgenthau’s secretary), ‘Secretary’s proposal for the record’ (11 December 1937); Haas to Morgenthau (drafted by White), ‘Mexico’ (22 December); and Haas to Morgenthau (drafted by White), ‘Preliminary notes for Mexican program’ (28 December); all in College Park, Box 2. For the context of the silver-purchase proposal, see Blum (1959, pp. 493–7). White to Morgenthau, ‘Plan to promote the monetary and industrial use for silver and to make important use of some of our silver assets’ (27 June 1938); College Park, Box 2.

104), has an overview based primarily on papers and testimony for US Senate committee hearings in the early 1950s. The quotation is from p. 30 of an unaddressed draft memorandum titled ‘Monetary Policy,’ which White drafted and submitted to Haas on 13 November 1935; College Park, Box 1. This operation is described in detail in Bordo and Schwartz (2001). For the history of the ESF, see Schwartz (1997) and Henning (1999). Note prepared by White and Herman Oliphant (general counsel of the Treasury) and sent to Morgenthau on 5 November 1938; College Park, Box 2.

60–2). Neither the Princeton nor the College Park archive offers any primary evidence on White’s role in the discussions. White to Mrs Klotz (Morgenthau’s secretary), ‘Secretary’s proposal for the record’ (11 December 1937); Haas to Morgenthau (drafted by White), ‘Mexico’ (22 December); and Haas to Morgenthau (drafted by White), ‘Preliminary notes for Mexican program’ (28 December); all in College Park, Box 2. For the context of the silver-purchase proposal, see Blum (1959, pp. 493–7). White to Morgenthau, ‘Plan to promote the monetary and industrial use for silver and to make important use of some of our silver assets’ (27 June 1938); College Park, Box 2.

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