Publications, Morris K. Udall, 1942-1990

Boxes 88-91 (4 boxes)

Arranged chronologically by type of publication; articles by Morris K. Udall filed before articles on or about him by others. There are some gaps in this series.

Contains correspondence, monographs, periodicals, reprints, galleys, and other printed material, relating to publications by and about Morris K. Udall. Some materials have annotations and corrections by Morris K. Udall and others. Publications in which these articles appeared include: The New Republic, Playboy, Harpers, Readers Digest, and other national and local periodicals.

Box 88/Folder

Book Materials by Morris K. Udall

  • 1 Arizona Law of Evidence, 1960
  • 2 Arizona Law of Evidence, 2nd ed., 1981-82 (with Joseph M.Livermore)
  • 3 Trial Practice Book, 1960's
  • 4 An Introduction to Legislative Service, 1965 (w/ Don Tacheron)
  • 5 A Student's Guide, 1966
  • 6 Legislative Handbook, 1967 (American Political Science Assoc.) (with Don Tacheron)
  • 7 The Job of a Congressman, 1967 (with Don Tacheron)
  • 8 Drafts
  • 9 Correspondence, 1967
  • 10 Newsletter, 1971-1972
  • 11 Accolades, 1967
  • 12 Reviews, 1967
  • 13 Publications, 1971-72
  • 14 The Energy Crisis, 1973
  • 15-16 Education of a Congressman, 1972(2)
  • 17 Copy of Book
  • 18 Book Catalogue
  • Too Funny To Be President, 1987
  • 19 Contract, correspondence, memos
  • 20 Early correspondence, 1977

Box 89/Folder

Too Funny To Be President, 1987 (continued)

  • 1 Reviews, comments
  • 2-3 Galley Proofs
  • 4 Final Draft
  • 5 Organizational material
  • 6 Index
  • 7 Revisions
  • 8 Miscellaneous draft material
  • 9-16 Drafts (8)

Box 90/Folder

Too Funny To Be President, 1987 (continued)

  • 1-2 Background Materials (2)
  • 3 Miscellaneous

Non-Book Materials by Morris K. Udall

  • 4 "The Vanishing Presumption, Dogma's Finest Hour," 1958
  • 5 "Demonstrative Scientific & Experimental Evidence," Arizona Weekly Gazette, 1959

Magazine Articles & Correspondence

  • 6 1961-62
  • 7 1963-64
  • 8 1971-72
  • 9 1970-76
  • 10 Publications, Humor (1975-1976)
  • 11 Magazine Articles & Correspondence, 1977
  • 12 The Ark correspondence, 1977
  • 13 Ambassador Magazine, correspondence, 1978
  • 14 Magazine Articles and correspondence, 1979-1981
  • 15 Buzzworm Jr. correspondence, 1988
  • 16 "Draft Board," editorial (St. Johns Arizona, ca. 1942)
  • 17 "Alternative Remedies for Industrial Injuries," Arizona Weekly Gazette, ca.1950s
  • 18 "An Ode To Some Guideline," ca. 1960
  • 19 "Flexible Taxation," Arizona Frontiers, August 19, 1961
  • 20 "Notes on Federal Aid," Arizona Frontiers, September, 1961
  • 21 "The Dismissal of Major General Walker," Arizona Frontiers, October, 1961
  • 22 "Report on the 87th Congress," Arizona Frontiers, December, 61
  • 23 "Legal Aspects of a National Water Program," Science, 1962
  • 24 "Billboards or Scenery, Which Will It Be," Arizona Architect February, 1962

Publications

  • 25 "Khrushchev Could Have Said It," New Republic, May, 1962
  • 26 "Socialism and the Welfare State," Facts for Democrats, September, 1962
  • 27 "Where's the Welfare State," New Republic, October 1, 1962
  • 28 "On Representing Labor," The Carpenter's Family News, 10/1962
  • 29 Letter To Tucson Daily Citizen 4/16/63
  • 30 "Can Congress Make Deep Cuts in Booming Federal Spending,"Washington World, January, 1964
  • 31 "I Will Not Compromise," New Republic, January, 1964
  • 32 Dear Bill Letter, August 10, 1964
  • 33 "A National Park for the Sonoran Desert," Audubon Magazine, 1966
  • 34 Mo Udall and Congressional Baseball, Clippings, 1967-77
  • 35 "Vietnam: This Nation Is Caught On A Treadmill," Reveille, 1967
  • 36 "The US and Viet Nam: What Lies Ahead", October, 1967
  • 37 "The High Cost of Being a Congressman," Playboy, November, 1967
  • 38 "The Death Penalty," n.p., 1967-1968
  • 39 "Politics 1967: The Name of the Game is Money," n.p., 1968
  • 40 "Standing Room Only On Spaceship Earth," Arizona Magazine & Readers Digest, 1969
  • 41 "Arizona," World Publishing, 1969
  • 42 "Ethics in Congress, Or Powell and Dodd Weren't All Bad," Wesleyan Review, 1969
  • 43 Sandra Day O'Connor 1970s
  • 44 Udall Response, 1970s
  • 45 "Guest Editorial",(on Federal Employment) The Bulletin, 1/1970
  • 46 " The Ballot Box Marked U.S. Mail," n.p., 1970
  • 47 " Is Unsolicited Mail An Invasion of Personal Privacy," American Legion Magazine, 1970

Box 91/Folder

  • 1 "Airport Congestion", n.p., 1970
  • 2 "A Scandal Called Welfare," The Progressive, 1971
  • 3 "The Road To Power In Congress," Harper's, June 1971
  • 4 "Politics and Morality, "Congressman’s Report, June 8, 1971
  • 5 "Land Speculation," Field & Stream, December 1972
  • 6 "Man: Endangered Species," Illinois Education, November 1972
  • 7 "Democrats Must Turn Activist," Arizona Daily Star, 12/17/1972
  • 8 "Any Hope for Better Mails", Interview with Mo Udall
  • 9 "Ending the Energy Binge," New Republic, June 16,1973
  • 10 "Collective Bargaining and the Right to Strike," Arizona Review, May 1973
  • 11 "Where Do We Go From Here? The Democratic Party," New Republic, Nov. ‘73
  • 12 Review of Stewart Udall article, Atlantic Monthly, July 1974
  • 13 "Reducing The Demand For Energy," New York Times, 10/25/74
  • 14 "After The Boom. Growth In The Public Interest," (ca.1975)
  • 15 "While Congress Slept: The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution," manuscript, 1975
  • 16 "Guest Opinion," New Outdoors, 1975
  • 17 "Energy Independence," Western Critic, 1975
  • 18 "Loving Critic Takes Aim at Conservation Movement" Denver, 1975
  • 19 "Oil Industry Profits," manuscript, 1975
  • 20 Article, Democratic Review, March 3, 1975
  • 21 "How Should We Use Our Land," American Lung Association, 6/1975
  • 22 "Wrap It, Stamp It, Mail It and Pray", August, 1975
  • 23 "Mo Udall Speaks," Amigos, February, 1976
  • 24 "Free Enterprise," Black Enterprise Magazine, May, 1976
  • 25 "The High Cost of Everything," Federation Report, 1976
  • 26 "200 Years and We Still Don't Know How to Elect A President,"Institute of Politics (newsletter), 1976
  • 27 "When Money Talks, But Doesn't Shout," New York Times, 1/7/1976
  • 28 "Have They Learned?," New Republic, Oct. 23, 1976
  • 29 "Native Americans: 21 Indian Biographies, January, 1977
  • 30 "The Oil Giants," Baltimore Sun, April 7, 1977
  • 31 "US Energy Policy- Which Direction? American Enterprise Institute, June 22, 1977
  • 32 "Economic Concentration: An Obstacle, Not a Goal," The National Journal, July 30,1977
  • 33 "Energy Reality The End Of A Love Affair", Today's Business, August,1977
  • 34 "Publishing In America, Inc. Bookwest, Oct. 1977
  • 35 "Your Right to Write," Congressional Record, November 11, 1977
  • 36 "Representative Udall Adds Newspapers," Typographical Journal, 1978
  • 37 "Your Right to Write," U.S. News and World Report, 1978
  • 38 "Extending The Wilderness System," Living Wilderness Vol. 41, No.140, Jan/March 1978
  • 39 "Clouds On The Horizon," Auxiliary, January 30, 1978
  • 40 "Newspaper Chains-How Big?," Typographical Journal, 8/1978
  • 41 "Media Conglomerates," National Association of Advertising Publishers News, Jan./Feb. 1979
  • 42 "The Enactment of Surface Miner's Control & Reclamation Act of 1979," West Virginia's Law Review, 1979
  • 43 "Udall's Response," Today's Business, March 1979
  • 44 "Some Straight Talk About Alaska," Arizona Rep., June 1979
  • 45 "A Legislator's View Of The Nuclear Option," n.p., ca.1979-1980
  • 46 "Inflation Doing Battle, "AZ Realtor's Digest, April/May 1979)
  • 47 "Tucson on the Grow," manuscript, 1980
  • 48 "Curing A National Paralysis," USA Today, July 8, 1979
  • 49 "The Future of Nuclear Generation-A Post TMI Perspective," The Public Utilities Fortnightly, June 19, 1980
  • 50 "Revising The Presidential Nominating System," New York University. Law Review, 1981
  • 51 "A Legislators View Of The Nuclear Option," Progress and Nuclear Energy, 1981
  • 52 "Coping: A Once Time Presidential Candidate Out-Campaigning A New Foe: Parkinson's Disease," People, December 1981
  • 53 "Introduction," Ecology Law Quarterly, March, 1987
  • 54 "Campaign Finance Reform," manuscript, March, 1982
  • 55 "Congressman Udall Reads the Washingtonian," The Washingtonian, July 1982
  • 56 "Young People and World Peace," New Designs, July/August 1982
  • 57 Sierra Club calendar intro., January 1983
  • 58 "Mo Udall, Humor Helps," The Washington Post, May, 1983
  • 59 "Serious Trouble For The U.S. Close To Home," Tri City, 8/12/83
  • 60 "Watt, James Betrayed His Own Party on the Issue of Conservation, "Los Angeles Times, October 11, 1983
  • 61 "Pessimistic Coverage Really Hurts," USA Today, March 13, 1984
  • 62 "Should We Hold An Annual Summit With The Soviets? "American Legion, November, 1985
  • 63 "A Master Stroke," n.p., 1986
  • 64 "Navajo and Hopi: No Villians, Only Victims," Washington Post, June 23,1986
  • 65 "Staking Out the Last Frontier: Arctic Wilderness, "National Parks, Nov./Dec. 1987
  • 66 "Tucson and Beyond," Washington Post, Jan. 25, 1987
  • 67 "Democracy Is The Best Foreign Policy," manuscript, 6/30/1987
  • 68 "Bureau of Indian Affairs Fiscal Mismanagement," Arizona Republic, December 1, 1987
  • 69 "The Dumb Way We Elect Presidents Keeps the Best People From Running," Roll Call, August 2, 1987
  • 70 "Coal Mining Reform" The City, August 28, 1987
  • 71 "Some Political Laughs For An Unfunny Week," Washington Post, October 25, 1987
  • 72 "Nicaraguan Contras," Arizona Daily Star, Jan 29,1988
  • 73 "US Should Focus More On Mexico, Last On Nicaragua "Arizona Republic, February 21, 1988
  • 74 "Statement on Outdoor Recreation," Arizona Parks and Recreation Winter, 1988
  • 75 "Should Congress Approve A Free Trade Pact With Mexico?"American Legion, 1989
  • 76 "Environmental Letter," Democratic National Convention., March 1989 Earth Day Mailing (1990)
  • 77 "Udall: Unfinished Agenda Keeps Me From Retiring, "Arizona Republic, June 6, 1989
  • 78 "Ethics Reforms Can Start With Honorarians," n.p.,6/18/1979
  • 79 "Foreword to the Environmental Protection Agency," draft, September, 1989
  • 80 "This Is Next Year," Roll Call, April 19, 1990
  • 81 "Earth Day Mailing," April, 1990
  • 82 "It's Time To Switch To A Dollar Coin," USA Today, May 1991

Articles About Morris K. Udall

  • 83 Newspaper Articles about Morris K Udall (1961-91)
  • 84 "Southern Arizona's Man In Washington," Tucson Magazine, 1970's
  • 85 "The Enigma of Mo Udall," James Cook, Arizona Republic, 6/1972
  • 86 "Road To Power and Congress," Larry King, Harper's, June 1971
  • 87 "The Crack In The Constitution," Time, January, 1973
  • 88 "Three Hungry Democrats," The Atlantic Monthly, December, 1974
  • 89 "Will Rogers is Running for President," New York, 12/1974
  • 90 "Udall For President: No Laughing Matter," Democratic Review, June/July 1975
  • 91 "The Mo Udall Album," Arizona Daily Star, February 1, 1976
  • 92 "For The Easy Going Arizona Rebel, Mo Udall," People, 3/1976
  • 93 "Mo Udall," Money Magazine, March 1976
  • 94 "Time To Change a Congressman," Today's Business, January, 1979
  • 95 "What Congress Really Thinks of Itself," U.S. News and World Report, January 14, 1980
  • 96 "Mo Udall," The Review Of The News, July 2, 1980

Box 91/Folder

  • 97 "This Fella From Arizona," Audubon, November, 1981
  • 98 "Is Mo Too Witty?" Washington Post, April, 1982
  • 99 "Udall," Phoenix Gazette, July 23, 1982
  • 100 "Will Udall Try Again?" Yuma Sun, December, 1982
  • 101 "A Case For Presidentialitis," Washington Post, Jan. 1983
  • 102 "Not At This Time," Arizona Daily Star, February 10, 1983
  • 103 "Mo Udall On Humor," Washington Post, April, 1983
  • 104 "The Mo The Merrier: Udall Roast," Washington Post, 6/17/1983
  • 105 "Mass Mailing Is Political Play," Phoenix Gazette, 6/20/1983
  • 106 "Udall Discounts Female On Ticket," Arizona Republic, Nov. 1983
  • 107 "Clean Bill-Doctor sees No Limitations On Udall's Political Future," Arizona Republic, February 12, 1984
  • 108 Parkinson's Disease," Arizona Republic, February 12, 1984
  • 109 "Even Congress Is Unhappy With Congress, "U.S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT, April, 1984"
  • 110 Udall Letter To Time Magazine, May 1984
  • 111 "They Failed on The Trail," People, June, 1984
  • 112 "The Best and the Worst of the House of Representatives, "Washington Monthly, September 1984
  • 113 "What's Wrong With Congress?" Atlantic Monthly, December 1984
  • 114 "Pulling Punches," Common Cause, May/June 1985
  • 115 "Mo Udall," The Chandler Arizonan, October 13, 1985
  • 116 "Style: Mo Udall, Triumph of the Good Guy," Washington Post December 1985
  • 117 "Udall's Law," The Royal Gazette, Oct. 1, 1986
  • 118 "Some Politicos Make The Cut," National Journal, April 25, 1987
  • 119 "Mo Udall, Veteran Law Maker," Arizona Republic, May 27, 1987
  • 120 "Udall Says He'll Run For 15th Term," AZ Daily Star,6/4/1983
  • 121 "Udall Battles Parkinson's With Humor," Mesa Tribune, 6/7/1987
  • 122 "State's Man Udall Enjoys Power, Popularity and Prestige," Arizona Republic, June 8, 1987
  • 123 "Morris Is Still a Wily Cat," New Times June 24-30, 1987
  • 124 "Mo: Arizona's Statesman on 25 years in Congress, "Tucson Weekly, October 6, 1987
  • 125 "Thy Will Be Done," Arizona Travel, November 1988
  • 126 "Finding Funding For Parks," Sierra, May/June 1989
  • 127 "The Grand Plans of Congressman Udall," Sierra, May/June, 1989
  • 128 "Udall: Still A Beacon On The Hill," Washington Times,6/19/1989
  • 129 "Kudos For Mo," Arizona Weekly Star, May 26, 1990
  • 130 "Mo Udall Takes Politics With A Grain Of Humor," Congressional Quarterly, August, 15, 1990
  • 131 "Mo's Better Blues," Tucson Weekly, April, 1991