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Eisenhower, Milton Stover,

1899–1985, American educator and public official, b. Abilene, Kans., grad. Kansas State College of Agriculture and Applied Science (now Kansas State Univ.), 1924; brother of Dwight David EisenhowerEisenhower, Dwight David
, 1890–1969, American general and 34th President of the United States, b. Denison, Tex.; his nickname was "Ike." Early Career

When he was two years old, his family moved to Abilene, Kans., where he was reared.
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. After a brief teaching career, he served in the Foreign Service and the Agriculture Department. In 1942 he was asked to direct the relocation of Japanese-Americans in California. In 1943 he became president of his alma mater. He was later president of Pennsylvania State Univ. (1950–56) and of Johns Hopkins (1956–67, 1969–70). He served as a close adviser to his brother on foreign policy, most notably as special ambassador for Latin American affairs (1957–60). In 1968–69 he was chairman of the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence. His book The Wine Is Bitter (1963) describes his experiences in Latin America; The President Is Calling (1973) distills his thoughts on political compromise and the responsibilities of leadership.

Bibliography

See biography by S. E. Ambrose and R. H. Immerman (1983).

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