Selected Guide To Books and Articles
By and About Stewart Lee Udall

Books By Stewart L. Udall 

Quiet Crisis, 1963.

1976, Agenda For Tomorrow, 1968.

America's Natural Treasures: National Nature Monuments and Seashores, 1987.

To The Inland Empire: Coronado and Our Spanish Legacy, 1987.

The Quiet Crisis and The Next Generation (revised edition of the Quiet Crisis), 1988.

The Myths of August, A Personal Exploration of Our Tragic Cold War Affair With The Atom, 1994.

Majestic Journey: Coronado's Inland Empire, (reissue of The Inland Empire), 1995.

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Articles By Stewart L. Udall
A Congressman Defends The House, New York Times Magazine, January 12, 1958.

Interdependence: Key To Mutual Welfare of Canada and the United States, INCO,
Spring 1961.

National Parks For The Future, The Atlantic Monthly, June 1961.

Plea for... A Green Legacy, The Christian Science Monitor, September 12, 1961.

We Need "Distance In Our Eyes",  Life Magazine, December 22, 1961.

Open Space-The Threat and The Opportunity, The Rotarian, May 1962.

The Conservation Challenge of the 60's, The Carpenter, June 1962.

Secretary of the Interior Udall proposes: A Citizens' Lobby For the Outdoors,
Park Maintenance, February, 1963.

Save the Redwoods, New York Herald Tribune, Sunday, May 25, 1963.

We Must Save The Beauty of Our Land, The Carpenter, April, 1964.

Wild Rivers, Pageant, October, 1964.

Our Perilous Population Implosion,  Saturday Review, September 2, 1967.

Is There A Future for the National Parks?, February, 1972.

'...and miles to go before I sleep' Robert Frosts Last Adventure, New York Times Magazine,
June 11, 1972.

The Energy Crisis: A Radical Solution, World Magazine, May 1973.

Supertechnology: Another God That Failed, New Mexico Alumnus, March 1977.

Human Values and Hometown Snapshots: Early Days in St. Johns, American West,
April 1982.

An Anchor to Windward, El Palacio, The Museum of New Mexico Magazine,
Spring 1995.

Articles About Stewart L. Udall

Wilderness and wisdom: Environmental movement's future lies with young people,
Udall says, Missoulian, Missoula, Montana, July 19, 1997.

Living Between the Lines, Santa Fe Reporter, Summer Guide, Land section, 1996.
Vignette Stewart Udall, The Santa Fean Magazine, November 1992.

Stewart Udall, Conservationist by Heritage, EPRI Journal, October/November, 1987.

Monday Guest: Stewart Udall, U.S. Secretary of the Interior, 1961-69.
"I think we can cope...?," The Grand Rapids Press, Monday, April 11, 1977.

The Energy Crisis: Three Perspectives. There Are No Technological Solutions,
An Interview with Stewart L. Udall, Living Wilderness, July 1975.

An Interview With Stewart Udall Former Secretary of the Interior, EQM, May 1973.

ES&T interview Stewart Udall, Environmental Science & Technology,  April 1972.

Inside Interior's Udall: a long affair with the out-of-doors, The Arizona Republic.
Arizona section, June 4, 1967.

Udall, Once Called Weak, Climbs To Fore In Cabinet, The Phoenix Gazette,
Monday, March 27, 1967.

Udall's job as big as all outdoors, Business Week, Government section, July 28, 1962.

Helicopers Over Rainbow Bridge, Westways, September 1961.

Secretary of Things in General, The Saturday Evening Post, May 20, 1961.

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