[London]: L.P.O. postwar '40s. 10p., staplebound 7x5 inch wraps, red and black on buff. Staples are rusted, otherwise just a faint line of dust, nice copy. Russell starts by praising Newman's acumen, but soon gets down to business.
Wrangles doubtless cogent, about subsidies for British orchestra; by the nobs? or, better, by the Bobs? what about Newman's representation of the Birmingham situation? for US readers, whose orchestral fiscal experiences are cited for- against- and irrelevant, a pleasant feud to kibbitz.