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William Joseph Baxter

William Joseph Baxter, American economist, author.


  • Baxter, William Joseph was born on October 12, 1899 in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Son of John Jay and Mary (F.) Baxter.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Clark University, 1920. Master of Business Administration, Graduate School Business Administration, Harvard, 1922.


    • Economist, 1922-1970. President Baxter Brothers, Inc., Roses & Myrrh, Incorporated. Director Lancaster Process, Inc.

      Managing director International Economics Research Bureau.


    • Author: Chain Store Distribution and Management, 1926. America Faces Its Greatest Business Depression, 1937. America Faces a Complete Breakdown in Government, 1938.

      How to Survive the Coming Breakdown, 1939. Japan and America Must Work Together, 1941. No Inflation Coming, 1944.

      Lower Prices Coming, 1950. Wages Are Going Lower, 1951. Today’s Revolution in Weather, 1953.

      Warmer Weather—Boom in North, 1955. Gold Is Going Higher, Larchmont New York.


    Clubs: Larchmont Yacht, North Fork Country.


    • Married Beatrice Premo, August 1929. Children: Jane Premo, William J. Cons.
    • father: John Jay Baxter
    • mother: Mary (F.) Baxter
    • spouse: Beatrice Premo
    • children: Jane Premo Baxter
    • William J. Cons Baxter
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    Born October 12, 1899
    Died April, 1970
    (aged 70)