The politician Mark Hanna passed away at age 66, respectable.
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During the late 1890s and early 1900s, this Republican Party politician served as a United States Senator from Ohio and chaired the Republican National Committee. He is also remembered as a close friend of and political advisor to President William McKinley.
After being expelled from Western Reserve College for a prank he carried out, he pursued a career in business and briefly served in the Union Army during the American Civil War.
In the 1880s, he bought and headed The Cleveland Herald.
How did Mark Hanna die?
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|Age of death||66 years|
|Birthday||September 24, 1837|
|Death date||February 15, 1904|
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"If we can by any method establish a relation of mutual trust between the laborer and the employer, we shall lay the foundation stone of a structure that will endure for all time."Mark Hanna
"Don't organize in the spirit of antagonism; that should be beneath your consideration."Mark Hanna
"Don't organize for any other purpose than mutual benefit to the employer and the employee."Mark Hanna