NAFTA in Transition

By Stephen J. Randall; Herman W. Konrad | Go to book overview

Acknowledgements

As with any joint effort, this book embodies the skills, knowledge and contributions of many people. The editors would especially like to express their appreciation to those who contributed chapters to the volume and, in so doing, have furthered our understanding of the ways in which the North American political, economic and social landscapes are changing in the age of NAFTA.

A number of individuals have made particularly important contributions to the technical preparation of the manuscript. Copy-editing was the work of Eileen Delman at an early stage, followed by Windsor Viney, Terry Teskey, and Eileen Eckert. Cliff Kadatz prepared the cover design, and John King, production editor of the University of Calgary Press, as on so many occasions added remarkable expertise and insight into every stage of the production process. Shirley Onn, director of the Press, encouraged us in this project from its inception.

We acknowledge the Canadian-American Center at the University of Maine for granting permission to quote material from the Borderlands Monograph Series (pp. 179-192). We thank McClelland and Stewart and the authors for permission to quote Pierre Berton and Rick Salutin (pp. 393 and 395). Telefilm Canada is acknowledged for granting permission to quote from their Co-production:Policies and Procedures ( Montreal: Telefilm Canada, 1989). We acknowledge Tony Stone Images / Vancouver for supplying the image of North America that appears on the front cover. Publication has been made possible, in part, by a grant from the Endowment Fund of The University of Calgary and by a grant from the Imperial Oil-Lincoln McKay Chair in American Studies of The University of Calgary.

To all of the above we extend our appreciation, although we assume responsibility for whatever technical or factual errors might remain.

HK SJR

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