JOHN A. HOWARD - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 70872
Sale Price $72.00
JOHN A. HOWARD
The president of Rockford College and social reformer signs his name on this card
Signature: "John Howard/Rockford College" in blue ink. 3½x2. John A. Howard was the president of Rockford College from 1960-1977. After serving in the military, where he was a member of the 1st Infantry Division during World War II, he was appointed Executive Vice Chairman of President Eisenhower's Committee on Government Contracts, which conducted the first program to use the leverage of those contracts to open jobs to qualified minority applicants. In 1960 Howard began his seventeen-year term as President of Rockford College. In 1977, he resigned as President of Rockford College to found a think tank devoted to analyzing the damage done to America's social institutions by the cultural upheaval of the 1960's. With Allan Carlson, he founded an off-shoot of that Institute, The Howard Center for Family, Religion & Society, where he serves as a Senior Fellow. His book, Detoxifying the Culture, was published in 2002. Toned. Corners rounded. Otherwise, fine condition.
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