20 APRIL 1933, page 15

Free Money

[To the Editor of THE SPECTATOR.] 804—Your correspondent, Lord Tavistock, does little service to practical monetary reform proposals by advocating any form of " free " money.......

The Case For Orthodoxy [to The Editor Of The Spectator.]

Sia,—In your issue of April 7th you published an article by Mr. Ian Horobin, purporting to be serious, in which he wrote : " In the summer of 1932 the stocks in this country......

The Railway Problem

[To the Editor of THE SPECTATOR.] Sin,—Your first correspondent, Mr. E. Peter Jones, stated that motorists were paying the whole cost of maintaining and improving the roads. In......

Explanatory Note

[To the Editor of THE SPECTATOR.] Sin,—I have seen a letter in The Spectator of April 7th, entitled " Terror in Germany," written from an address in Potsdam, and signed A.......

[to The Editor Of The Spectator.]

Sin,—May I be allowed to express my grateful thanks for the publication of the ease for orthodoxy by Mr. Ian Horobin ? It is time that we left the land of dreams for the realm......

[to The Editor Of The Spectator.]

Snt,—After reading some of the apOlogies offered by your correspondents for the new German policy of destroying Jewish influence by starving thousands of perfectly innocent and......

Rail Rates, Wages And Prices

[To the Editor of TIIE SPECTATOR.] Sin,—The average wholesale price level of commodities is below pre-War level. The growers of corn are getting less ; producers of metals and......