Higher education must lead the march back to the fundamentals of human relationships, to the old discovery that is ever new, that man does not live by bread alone.
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|Birth:||9th October, 1902|
|Death:||23rd February, 1991|
John Alfred Hannah was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. He was an American educator. He was president of Michigan State University from 1941-1969 (28 years), making him the longest serving of MSU's presidents. After his resignation from the university, he became head of the United States Agency for International Development. In 1957, he co-founding Oakland University with Matilda Dodge Wilson. He was also the first chairman of the United States Commission on Civil Rights. He wrote several books include: Freedom to the Free, A memoir, Disk BASIC on Your Micro (with Michael Chadwick), and Expert Systems for Personal Computers (with Michael Chadwick). In 2004, MSU dedicated a bronze statue of Hannah in front of his namesake administration building.
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