Evolution, Not Revolution: The Effect of New Deal Legislation on Industrial Growth and Union Development in Dallas, Texas Page: iii
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This dissertation would not have been possible without the uncompromising and
unconditional support from my family and the faculty and staff of the University of North Texas
history department. Thank you Mom and Dad for your encouragement, advice and research and
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daughter Mikayla for keeping me grounded and providing unlimited joy! And lastly, but
certainly not least, to my mentor Dr. Rick McCaslin, whose guidance and friendship truly made
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