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Steven Lubar directed my prelim field in public history, laying crucial groundwork for my research, and read multiple drafts of this dissertation, always with patience and encouragement that I greatly appreciated.

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Thank you to Steve Lubar, who initially gave me the for this case study and who helped me develop it into a coherent set of chapters. Thank you to Monica Martinez for always challenging me to push my critiques further, and for helping me feel empowered to take on such a daunting subject.

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v ?For Carolyn Florence Lorence vi ? ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS First I must thank my committee: my advisor, Steve Lubar, and my two readers, Elliott Gorn and Ralph Rodriguez, for their tireless, thorough, and thoughtful comments on this dissertation.

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Lubar, Advisor Recommended to the Graduate Council Date: _______________ ________________________________ Patrick M.

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First, I must thank the members of my dissertation committee, Ralph Rodriguez, Karen Krahulik, and Steve Lubar. Their thoughtful critiques, patient guidance, and well-timed encouragement gave me the intellectual support necessary to complete a project of this scope.

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So, I offer these heartfelt acknowledgements, particularly to my dissertation committee members Steven Lubar, Susan Smulyan, and Douglas Nickel, as a down payment on the promise to pay forward the patience, generosity, and willing counsel that have made this dissertation and my growth as a scholar possible.

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Steven Lubar and Lynne Joyrich have likewise been careful and rigorous readers, who have continuously pushed me to rethink this project in new and compelling ways. I have been lucky to be a part of a community that has been nurturing, inspiring, and, when needed, distracting.

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v ? Acknowledgments I could not have asked for a better dissertation committee than Richard Meckel, Steven Lubar, and Michael Vorenberg. All three set high standards, helped me when I asked for it, and were patient enough to let me struggle when I needed to.

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