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Rees-Mogg, Lord


REES-MOGG, Lord. Also writes as William Rees-Mogg. British, b. 1928. Genres: Money/Finance. Career: Financial Times, London, England, staff member, 1952-55, chief lead writer, 1955-60, and assistant editor, 195760; Sunday Times, London, city editor, 1960-61, political and economic editor, 1961-63, and deputy editor, 1964-67; Times, London, editor, 1967-81; The Times Newspapers Ltd., London, executive board member, 1968-81, director, 1978-81; The Times Ltd., director, 1968-81; British Broadcasting Corporation, London, vicechair of board of governors, 1981-86. Served on several boards, including Arts Council of Great Britain, 1982-89, General Electric, 1981-97, and Sidgwick and Jackson, 1985-89. Served as vice-chair for Conservative party's National Advisory Committee on Political Education, 1961-63; member of International Committee, Pontifical Council for Culture, 1983-87. Publisher of Strategic Investments. Publications: The Reigning Error: The Crisis of World Inflation, 1974; Democracy and the Value of Money: The Theory of Money from Locke to Keynes, 1977; An Humbler Heaven: The Beginnings of Hope (autobiography), 1977; How to Buy Rare Books: A Practical Guide to the Antiquarian Book Market, 1985. WITH JAMES DALE DAVIDSON: Blood in the Streets: Investment Profits in a World Gone Mad, 1987; The Great Reckoning: How the World Will Change in the Depression of the 1990s, 1991; The Great Reckoning: Protect Yourself in the Coming Depression, 1993; The Sovereign Individual, 1997. Address: Pickering and Chatto Ltd, 21 Bloomsbury Way, London WC1A 2TH, England.

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