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Wilmot Robertson

Wilmot Robertson was the pen name of John Humphrey Ireland (1915-2005). Born in Pennsylvania, Robertson studied at Yale and after serving in the US Army during World War II, had a successful career in journalism and advertising. Concern over where America was headed persuaded him to write his most famous work, The Dispossessed Majority, in 1972. The success of his book persuaded Robertson to start his equally famous Instauration magazine, which was published from 1975 to 2001. He died aged 90...See more