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Stewart L. Udall, former Interior secretary, dies at 90

As secretary of the Interior in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, Udall launched a series of far-reaching conservation reforms that made him one of the most significant figures in protecting America's natural environment.

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Interior secretary was guardian of America's wilderness
Article | Stewart L. Udall, who as secretary of the interior in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations launched a series of far-reaching conservation reforms that made him one of the most significant figures in protecting America's natural environment, died March 20 at his home in Santa Fe, N.M. He was 90...

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