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Professor, Philosopher, and Economist

Honorary Doctor of Laws



Educated as a philosopher, you have employed a broad background to greatly enhance the University's economics department. You have been called an "economist's economist" for your unique, balanced approach to the defense of the free enterprise system. Your work in program planning and curriculum development laid the groundwork for improving the University's academic offerings. Your presence in the department challenges fellow faculty members to reach higher levels of competency and add to their academic excellence. A dynamic teacher, your real contribution has always been with the students who attend your articulate and witty lectures. Your contributions to students and associates are those of the well-rounded and broadly read man that you are. Your presence at the University has enriched all who work with and learn from you. The University is pleased to confer upon you the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws. Commencement, University of Detroit, May 14, 1977.

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