Love to Hate: America's Obsession with Hatred and Violence

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

I wish to thank all the people whose encouragement and assistance enabled me to create Love to Hate: America's Obsession with Hatred and Violence. I owe much gratitude to the following people for the particular help and motivation they have given to me: John Michel and Susan Heath of Columbia University Press, for their wise counseling during the revision process; Donna Marquart and Deano Pape, for technical support above and beyond the call of duty; Maggie Dalton-Herzberger and Alan Herzberger, for offering me invaluable feedback early in the writing process; Brent Scarpo and the staff of New Light Media for inspiring me to broaden my vision of the purpose of my work and providing me with exciting opportunities to act on that new vision; the Ripon College speech majors, for constantly challenging me to think about old topics from new angles; the men of the Wisconsin Gamma chapter of Phi Delta Theta, for keeping me grounded; Jean Hooker, Jason Fischer, and, especially, Toby Olsen, for keeping me sane and the rest of the world safe throughout this entire process; Eric “Stugen” Vallafskey, for always having my back; Tony McClintock, for being my uncannily powerful “good luck charm”; Matt Belling, without whom none of what I now do would be possible; Jon Roy, for his constant support and for tolerating without complaint the sheer amount of time in our lives and space in our home Love to Hate consumed in recent years; Elizabeth Dalton Roy, for inspiring me in ways I never could have imagined a few years ago; and the late Donald D. Dalton, for everything.

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