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21 The former ran the risk of ministerial liability.
The Foreign Office recorded Aydelotte’s suggestions to bypass state-level selection and admit scholars on a regional basis (he recommended the first four regional centers be New Orleans, San Francisco, New York, and Chicago), include a greater age range than the Rhodes (2030 instead of under 25), eschew quotas for Cambridge (or other universities), and that membership of selection committees consist partly of former Scholars. See: Minutes prepared by Maitland meeting between Aydelotte, Makins, Barlay, Cecil, and Maitland, FO 371/97650, 23 June 1952.
Elton to Barclay, The National Archives, FO 371/97651, 29 July 1952. 24. Allen to Aydelotte, The National Archives, FO 371/97649, 2 April 1952. 25. Aydelotte’s son, William, a historian, interestingly served on (and chaired) a Marshall Selection committee from 1956-1961. See: Annual Reports of the Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission for the years ending 1956–1961, United States No. 1 (1957-1962) Cmnds. 167, 433, 753, 1042, 1372, 1659, London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1957-1962. For post-1952 communication between Aydelotte and Makins, see: The National Archives, FO 371/97651.