Full text: Brief von Tibor Scitovsky an Josef Steindl

1175 N. Lemon Ave., 
Menlo Park, Cal. 94025 
October 29, 1988 
Dear Josef, 
Enclosed I am sending you the review of Bloom*s 
book by Amartya Sen’s girlfriend, which I should have sent 
you ages ago. 
I hope you have been well; farther away from our 
miserable presidential election, you should be less 
depressed by it than we are. Otherwise we are reasonably 
well, listen to a lot of music, try to swim at least 2 or 3 
times a week; but getting very little walking and, I at 
least, very little work done. Elisabeth coontinues as active 
as ever around the garden and the house. 
We had a reasonably interesting conference on 
cultural economics in Ottawa - I will send you a copy of my 
paper when I get around to xeroxing new copies of it. 
I have given my copy of your and Badhuri*s joint 
paper to a friend and former student who is active in 
democratic politics and is trying -- unfortunately with 
limited success -- to convert some congressmen to the idea 
that financial and business interests are not identical and 
can be opposed to one another. 
As to our plans for next summer, they are nowhere, 
because Elisabeth got so discussed with our standard summer 
tenants that she does not want ever again to have them, 
which makes it uncertain whether we can get away from home 
this coming summer as usual. 
i ■ ■ ■- * . . 
Both of us send you our best wishes for Christmas 
and the New Year, somewhat early perhaps but better early 
than never. 
Yours ever 

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