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Global CompassionPrivate Voluntary Organizations and U.S. Foreign Policy Since 1939$

Rachel M. McCleary

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Ballard, Jerry. May 13, 2003; October 20, 2004: e-mail correspondence.

Borton, Nan. May 19, 2008: e-mail correspondence.

Davies, Peter. May 7, 2003: telephone interview.

De Haan, John. November 28, 2003: telephone interview; June 3, 2003; June 4, 2003: e-mail correspondence.

Duss, Serge. August 3, 2003; August 14, 2003; September 3, 2003; March 29, 2007; April 2, 2007: e-mail correspondence.

Elliot, Evan. April 10, 2008: e-mail correspondence.

Engstrom, Ted. November 3, 2003: telephone interview.

Farris, Colonel Karl. June 2, 2008: e-mail correspondence.

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Getman, Thomas. October 29, 2003; November 4, 2003: telephone interview; October 28, 2003; November 13, 2003; March 17, 2004; July 29, 2004: e-mail correspondence.

Gilmore, Judith. November 20, 2003: telephone interview; March 26, 2007: telephone interview; July 29, 2008: e-mail correspondence and telephone interview.

Goiza, Vanessa. March, 2, 2007: telephone interview.

Hammock, John. November 25, 2003: interview, Cambridge, MA.

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Ruthrauff, John. April 2, 2008: e-mail correspondence.

Seiple, Robert. October 30, 2003: telephone interview.

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