Rural poverty, migrant labor studies; Central Valley Project studies; Congress and the
160-acre limitation battles, 1944-72; the state water project, 1950-60; research, writing, consultation, and testimony; travels for AID and the United Nations to Asia, Middle East, and Latin America; reflections on small farms, rural communities, political action, and the relationships between law, politics, and administration in the US and abroad. Appended Taylor bibliography, and "Bibliography on the 160-Acre Anti-Monopoly Water Law" compiled by Charles L. Smith.
Paul Schuster Taylor: California Social Scientist Volume II: California Water and Agricultural Labor
Taylor, Paul Schuster. "Paul Schuster Taylor: California Social Scientist Volume II: California Water and Agricultural Labor." Interview by Malca Chall in 1971 and 1972. Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1975. Interview date(s) 1971
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