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2'Paul F BoilerJr., Personal interview, December 6,2007.
22"Letters to the Editor," SMU Campus, February 24,
23Letter to the university community from the Board of
Trustees, March 30, 1954, in John O. Beaty controversy
papers (Box 1, folder 1).
24Report of the Beaty Committee to the Board of
Trustees, May 6, 1954, in John O. Beaty controversy papers
(Box 1, folder 1).
26Paul F BollerJr. Personal interview, December 6,2007.
27Boller, Memoirs of an Obscure Professor (FortWorth:Texas
Christian University Press, 1992), 6.
'Ibid., 16-18. Paul Boiler continued teaching at SMU into
the 1960s, and also taught at the University of Texas, Austin.
In 1966, he took a position with the University of
Massachusetts, Boston. Ten years later, he returned to Texas as
the Lyndon B. Johnson Professor of American History at
Texas Christian University in Ft. Worth; he is currently a
retired Professor Emeritus ofTCU and has published more
than ten books on American history and politics. Ibid., 30-31;
and Dr. Paul Boller, Jr. (Box 7, alphabetical order), in SMU
Faculty and Staff Collection.
32"Governor Shivers To Ask Death to Communists," SMU
Campus, February 17, 1954, 3.
33Boller, Memoirs of an Obscure Professor, 4-5.
34"Letters to the Editor," SMU Campus, February 24, 1954, 5.
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