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    [+] Books: Girls' Night In (2 Reviews) by Mim Udovitch, pp. 53-56
     Promiscuities, by Naomi Wolf, ...

      New York Magazine, April 21, 1997
      [+] Books: Alone Together (Review) by Mim Udovitch, p. 55
       Women with Men, by Richard Ford

      1. Women with Men by Richard Ford
      New York Magazine, July 7, 1997
      [+] Books: Femme Fatalism (Review) by Mim Udovitch, pp. 52-55
       Valley of the Dolls, by Jacqueline Susann

      1. Valley of the Dolls by Jacqueline Susann
      New York Magazine, September 29, 1997
      [+] Pure Son of Liberty (Review) by Darius Udrys, pp. 49-50 - PDF
       The Peasant Prince, by Alex Storozynski

      1. The Peasant Prince by Alex Storozynski
      The Claremont Review of Books, March 2010
         [+] Review The Organizational Society, by Robert V. Presthus --- by Stanley H. Udy, Jr.,, pp. 632-633
      1. The Organizational Society by Robert V. Presthus
      Political Science Quarterly, December 1963
      The Poet Who Fell Off the Map by James Uebbing, pp. 13-14
      Commonweal, April 19, 1996
      [+] Son of a G-Man (Review) by James Uebbing, p. 25
       An American Requiem, by James Carroll

      1. An American Requiem by James Carroll
      Commonweal, July 12, 1996
      [+] 'In Retrospect,' Redux (Review) by James J. Uebbing, pp. 28-30
       The Living and the Dead, by Paul Hendrickson

      1. The Living and the Dead by Paul Hendrickson
      Commonweal, November 8, 1996
      [+] Priest Pioneer (Review) by James J. Uebbing, pp. 39-40
       Death's Deceiver, by Lynn Bridgers

      1. Death's Deceiver by Lynn Bridgers
      Commonweal, September 11, 1998
      [+] Mission in Singapore (Review) by James J. Uebbing, p. 40
       Foreign Bodies, by Hwee Hwee Tan

      1. Foreign Bodies by Hwee Hwee Tan
      Commonweal, April 9, 1999
      Summer Reading
        --- by James J. Uebbing , pp. 28-30
      Commonweal, June 18, 1999
      People Power, Hiram Johnson's Gift to California
        Non-Partisan Problem-Solver by Peter V. Ueberroth,, p. 23 - PDF
      California Political Review, Sep/Oct 2003
      A Sad Day in Sofia by Professor Hans Uebersberger, pp. 443-444 - PDF
      The Living Age, May 30, 1925
      False Modesty by Reed Ueda, pp. 16-17
       Why Asian Americans won't own up to success
      The New Republic, July 3, 1989
      United States
         [+] Review Crossing the Waters, by Eric J. Hooglund --- by Reed Ueda,, p. 926
      1. Crossing the Waters by Eric J. Hooglund
      The American Historical Review, June 1990
      Snake's Hips by Brenda Ueland, p. 14 - PDF
       How to recapture the lithe lines of youth
      Collier's Weekly, March 17, 1928
      The Wallflower Complex by Brenda Ueland, pp. 495-502
      The Harpers Monthly, September 1930
      Fighting Wings for Norway by Brenda Ueland, pp. 53-55 - PDF
       Norwegians in Canada---waiting
      Collier's Weekly, November 22, 1941
      Men's Tears by Brenda Ueland, pp. 28-29 - PDF
      Collier's Weekly, February 19, 1949
      The Teacher and the Gary Plan by Elsa Ueland, pp. 219-220 - PDF
      The New Republic, July 1, 1916
      Cover: Buttons, Photograph by John Ueland and Jonathan Elderfield,
      New York Magazine, July 12, 1999
      Epitaph for the International Style by Mark Ueland, pp. 120-121
      The National Review, February 11, 1964
      The Great Issue of Race Migration
        What Japan Thinks of America: A Protest of Offended Friendship by Setsuo Uenoda,, pp. 255-259 - PDF
      The Living Age, August 9, 1924
      The Gardens of Japan by Setsuo Uenoda, pp. 255-258 - PDF
      The Living Age, November 1935
      Women and War by Micah Uetricht, p. 33 - PDF
      In These Times, April 2009
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