Winston Winford Crouch (1907- ) was a professor of political science at UCLA (1936-75) and wrote several books. The collection
consists of subject files relating to Crouch's study of California and local government.
Crouch was born on July 4, 1907 in Vandalia, Illinois; professor (1936-75) and emeritus professor of political science, UCLA;
Fulbright fellow in India, 1954; wrote several books, including: State and Local Government in California (1952), Agricultural Cities: Paradoxes in Politics of a Metropolis (1964), Employer-Employee Relations in Council-Manager Cities (1968), Guide for Modern Personnel Commissions (1972), and Organized Civil Servants: Public Employer-Employee Relations in California (1978).
13 boxes (6.5 linear ft.)
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