The extensive correspondence between T. R. Malthus and David Ricardo has been documented in The Works and Correspondence of David Ricardo, edited by P. Sraffa (1951–73). Malthus conducted an even more extensive correspondence with correspondents other than Ricardo. The dates of this other correspondence and the names of the correspondents are listed—seventy-six have so far been identified, with a further four unnamed—together with the known locations of the originals and known published versions. The article includes a commentary on a selection of themes from the correspondence.
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