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DEDICATION AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
To my parents, for talking about politics around the dinner table.
To my friends, for putting up with me while I talk about politics.
To my professors for teaching me how to talk about politics.
This project in some ways began when I was still an undergraduate and was greatly
helped by people in my last semester in college and throughout my graduate work thus far.
Specifically, I would like to thank Professors Peter VonDoepp and Patrick Brandt for
encouragement and guidance during my undergraduate work. I would also like to thank
Professors Andrew Enterline and Idean Salehyan for helpful comments and questions
throughout my graduate work. I would like to thank my colleagues at International Studies
Quarterly, Chris Fariss and Amber Aubone for always asking questions and making any
thoughts I had better. I would like to thank Professor Steven Poe for being the best boss ever
at the journal and also for always being there to listen. I would also like to thank my friends
and family for being there and at least pretending to be interested in political science when I
talk about it.
This work would be nowhere without a great committee. Professors David Mason,
John Booth, and Michael Greig have been excellent counsel during graduate school. They
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Wright, Thorin M. The Blessed and the Damned: Peacemakers, Warlords, and Post Civil War Democracy, thesis, August 2007; Denton, Texas. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc3901/m1/4/: accessed June 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .