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Acknowledgments
AcknowledgmentsOnly the most self-absorbed author would claim to have written a book without help. Countless clients, students, teachers, colleagues, and friends have contributed to this work—you know who you are, and you'll recognize your influence in these pages. I thank my editor, John Woods of CWL Publishing Enterprises, for his confidence and encouragement and for periodically nudging this project back to the top of my to-do list when it was knocked off its proper perch by the onslaught of demands of my day job. I also want to thank Bob Magnan of CWL for his work in editing the manuscript that has actually become this book.I thank my extended family for lending their names to the characters in this book, and I ask that they infer no hidden meanings from my assignment of their names to their respective namesakes. Most o…
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Daniel Dana, Ph.D.: Conflict Resolution. Acknowledgments, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2001), AccessEngineering Export