Dying of Money


A former Navy pilot, Ron graduated from Dartmouth College (Phi Beta Kappa) in 1952 and Harvard Law School in 1960.  He was a partner in the Boston, MA, law firm Goodwin, Procter & Hoar, then became General Counsel at Norton Company in Worcester, MA. Ron decided to use a pen-name when he wrote "Dying of Money" because he felt, at the time, that his theories were radical enough to offend either people at his law firm or their clients or both.

Through the years he has participated in numerous business and philanthropic organizations, including his local conservation commission.  He gave a number of talks about the economy to civic organizations.  Retired, he and his wife live in suburban Boston, enjoying opera, theater, family and outdoor activities, and his interest in economic matters.

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