John Hillbrand ’72

John Hillbrand ’72

In 1969, I transferred from the U.S. Naval Academy to CMC, and in 1970 my economics professor (and mentor of marginal utility), Procter Thomson, reviewed my term paper titled “Opportunity…

In 1969, I transferred from the U.S. Naval Academy to CMC, and in 1970 my economics professor (and mentor of marginal utility), Procter Thomson, reviewed my term paper titled “Opportunity Cost in the Game of Monopoly” and wrote “A+, brilliant idea, I hope you find the time for more inspiration like this.” That comment soon guided me to plan for a one-year independent study in Europe in 1971, and I arranged with the Philosophy department to gain credit based on my journal and records.

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