The Underground Press Syndicate was founded in 1965 by five publishers of underground papers, all critical of U.
What does UPS stand for?
UPS stands for Underground Press Syndicate
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We have 209 other meanings of UPS in our Acronym Attic
- Ubiquitin-Proteasome System
- Udruga Poslovnih Savjetnika (Croatian: Association of Management Consultants)
- Ulster Property Sales (UK)
- Ultimate Protection Squad (FIRST Robotics Competition Team 1675)
- Ultraviolet Particle Sizer
- Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy
- Ultraviolet Photoemisson Spectroscopy
- Unclaimed Property System (Wagers software used by many states to process unclaimed property)
- Under Provisions of Section
- Undergraduate Professional Study (program)
- Underwater Photographic Society
- Unfolded Protein Response
- Uniform Particle Size
- Uniform Procurement System
- Uniform Publications System
- Uninterrupted Power Source
- Uninterrupted Power Subsystem
- Uninterruptible Power Supply
- Uninterruptible Power System
- Union des Professeurs de Speciales (French: Union of Special Teachers; France)
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1991) was the founder of The Paper, a Vietnam-War-era underground newspaper based in East Lansing, Michigan, and one of the founding members of the Underground Press Syndicate.
McMillian's New Left focus shades the narrative again when we encounter Walter Bowart, co-founder of the Underground Press Syndicate (UPS) and publisher of the influential East Village Other.