Udall, Stewart L.

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  • Stewart Lee Udall served in the House of Representatives from Arizona; he left that position to become the secretary of the interior in the John F. Kennedy administration and remained in the Lyndon B. Johnson administration. After leaving the U.S. Department of the Interior, he resumed his activities as a lawyer practicing law in Washington, D.C., for ten years before he returned to Arizona in 1979. He remained active throughout his life in support of the environment.

    Udall was born in St. Johns, Apache County, Arizona, on January 31, 1920. He attended public schools there and college briefly until World War II. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in the Second World War and was involved in combat operations over Europe as a gunner with the ...

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