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The Assistant Economic Adviser (Livesey) to Mr. Raymond Miller of the Federal Alcohol Control Administration

My Dear Mr. Miller: Mr. Phillips telephoned to say that the Irish Minister was dissatisfied with the basic quota you were disposed to [Page 109] allocate the Free State, feeling that it did not sufficiently take into account the Irish share in the pre-war exports of the United Kingdom. I said, and Mr. Phillips repeated presumably for the benefit of the Irish Minister, that I would re-open the question with you for consideration.

Sincerely yours,

Frederick Livesey