FROM F. W. PETHICK LAWRENCE.
23rd Jan. 1920.
Dear Miss Addams,
Just a line to tell you that I crossed comfortably on the "Adriatic", and am now busily occupied at home.
I wish we had had more time for a talk and that I had not been so hurried when we were at Chicago. But I hope you will be coming over here again before long and that there will be fresh opportunities.
I wonder whether you have read Maynard Keynes' book. It is certainly most illuminating and is undoubtedly the most important thing that has been put out since Bullitt's [revelations].
With all good wishes,
F W Pethick Lawrence [signed]
↑I find the progress of "Labour" here politically now greater than I realized when I was on the other side.↓