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The Boss
FOREWORD

By David Dayton McKean
This Web version, edited by GET NJ, COPYRIGHT 2003

MANY PERSONS WHOSE IDENTITY cannot here be revealed, men both inside and outside the Hague organization, have assisted the author in the preparation of this book. To them he extends his sincerest gratitude. Among the many individuals to whom the author is indebted perhaps the first is Mr. Ashley Carrick of Jersey City, who read most of the manuscript and made many helpful suggestions and criticisms, and who permitted the use without restriction of an unpublished manuscript of his own. Mr. William R. Clark of the Newark Evening News gave the author much valuable background material. In the compilation and interpretation of financial data Mr. A. R. Everson and Mr. F. B. Elwell of the New Jersey Taxpayers' Association and Mr. A. A. Burger of the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce have been extremely helpful.

For permission to quote from their writings the author extends his thanks to Mr. George Creel, Mr. John McCarten, and Mr. Westbrook Pegler.

In order to hold the number of footnote citations to a minimum, references have been limited to extended or important quotations or to those newspaper sources that are not usable through the New York Times index.

D. D. M.
HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
May, 1940

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