Communication in the Presidential Primaries: Candidates and the Media, 1912-2000

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Acknowledgments

Writing this book took a lot longer than I expected and required the patience, advice, and encouragement of many people. So I wish to thank:

The librarians at the Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, New York; the Seeley Mudd Library, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey; the National Archives and the Library of Congress, Washington, DC; the Nixon Project of the National Archives; and the Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston;

My colleagues in the Department of Communication, University at Albany, State University of New York, for their patience and encouragement over an eight-year period;

The University at Albany, State University of New York, for a sabbatical leave and Faculty Research Grant to work on this book;

The Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, which supported this project through a Research Fellowship in the fall of 1997 and a Goldsmith Award for Research in 1994;

Colleagues at the Shorenstein Center for reading early drafts of chapters and providing valuable suggestions and comments: Pippa Norris, Marvin Kalb, Tom Patterson, Richard Parker, Anna Greenberg, Marion Just, Sara Bentivegna, and Zachary Karabell;

C-SPAN and the Purdue University Public Affairs Archives for providing funding for research and videotapes;

Paul E. Corcoran, University of Adelaide, South Australia, who was so influential in the conception, research, and writing of our joint project on the 1912 primaries, which was a starting point for this book;

Judith S. Trent, University of Cincinnati, my co-researcher and com

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