Robert J. Deachman
|Member of Parliament|
for Huron North
October 1935 – March 1940
|Preceded by||George Spotton|
|Succeeded by||Elston Cardiff|
Robert John Deachman
15 December 1878
Howick Township, Ontario, Canada
|Died||17 February 1955(aged 76)|
m. 15 June 1910
He was first elected to Parliament at the Huron North riding in the 1935 general election. After completing one term, the 18th Canadian Parliament, Deachman was defeated in the 1940 election by Elston Cardiff.
Deachman authored various works such as Tory Markets (c. 1935, Dadson-Merrill Press), The transportation Muddle and the Way Out (c. 1919, Western Canada Publishing) and The Wheat Board Fallacy (c. 1919, Western Canada Publishing). Deachman also contributed a preface to Frédéric Bastiat's book Economic Fallacies.
- Robert Deachman – Parliament of Canada biography
- Robert John Deachman Fonds at Library and Archives Canada
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