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    Readings
      Yapper John, M.D. by Dr. Peter A. Ubel,, p. 27
    The Harpers Monthly, January 1998
  2.  
    Death of the Nike-Zeus by Earl Ubell and Stuart H. Loory, pp. 15-19
    The Saturday Evening Post, June 1, 1963
  3.  
    Showcase: Eastern Swing by Tony Uchida and Anthony Lane, pp. 62-63
    The New Yorker, July 21, 1997
  4.  
    Cover: Geena Davis photographed by Diego Uchitel,
    New York Magazine, July 1, 1991
  5.  
    Cover: Photographed by Diego Uchitel,
    New York Magazine, August 27, 2001
  6.  
    On the Cover: Photograph by Diego Uchitel,
    New York Magazine, November 26, 2001
  7.  
    Letting Loose the Hounds by Brady Udall, pp. 112-124
    The Paris Review, Spring 1996
  8.  
    Stalking the Elusive Malaprop by Morris K. Udall, pp. 38-41
    The Saturday Evening Post, October 1988
  9.  
    National Parks for the Future by Stewart Udall, pp. 81-83
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1961
  10.  
    The Last Traffic Jam by Stewart Udall, pp. 72-76
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1972
  11.  
    Our Education Budget Also Needs Balancing by Representative Stewart L. Udall, pp. 23-24 - PDF
    The Reporter, June 25, 1959
  12.  
    The Quiet Crisis by Stewart L. Udall, pp. 19-22 - PDF
    The Saturday Review, November 23, 1963
  13.  
    The Arts as a National Resource by Stewart L. Udall, pp. 14-15 - PDF
    The Saturday Review, March 28, 1964
  14.  
    The Legacy of Rachel Carson by Stewart L. Udall, p. 23 - PDF
    The Saturday Review, May 16, 1964
  15.  
    A Duty to the Future by Stewart L. Udall, p. 48 - PDF
     A guest editorial
    The Saturday Review, May 22, 1965
  16.  
    On Seeing a Photograph of Citizen Khrushchev (Verse) by Stewart L. Udall, p. 390
    The Hudson Review, Autumn 1965
  17.  
    Ending the Water Crisis by Stewart L. Udall, p. 46 - PDF
     A Guest Editorial
    The Saturday Review, October 23, 1965
  18.  
    The American as Host by Stewart L. Udall, pp. 54-58 - PDF
    The Saturday Review, March 12, 1966
  19.  
    Our Perilous Population Implosion by Stewart L. Udall, pp. 10-13 - PDF
    The Saturday Review, September 2, 1967
  20.  
    Unclassifieds
      Honoring the Mayor by Wayne Ude,, p. 32
    The North American Review (New), Summer 1987
  21.  
    Books I Have Never Read by Grant Uden, p. 12 - PDF
     Confessions of Certain Bookmen
    The Bookman (U.K.), October 1932
  22.  
    A.J. Cronin by Grant Uden, p. 494 - PDF
    The Bookman (U.K.), March 1933
  23.  
    The Bookman's Table
       [+] Review Elizabethan Schooldays, by J. Howard Brown:John Howard Brown#2 --- by Grant Uden,, p. 133 - PDF
    1. Elizabethan Schooldays by J. Howard Brown
    The Bookman (U.K.), November 1933
  24.  
    [+] Pursuit of Knowledge (4 Reviews) by Grant Uden, p. 308 - PDF
     The Pulse of Oxford, by D.F. Karaka, ...

      The Bookman (U.K.), December 1933
    1.  
      Obsession: That Summer Song by Mim Udovitch, pp. 68-69
      New York Magazine, June 26, 1995
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