Biographical press clippings regarding military service and political career. Run of Senate "Debate" regarding human rights, freedoms and poverty.
History / Biographical
Born in 1900, David Arnold Croll was a barrister and a politician. He was mayor of Windsor, Ontario; elected to Ontario Legislature; first Canadian Jew to attain Cabinet rank; elected to Canadian parliament; first Canadian Jew to be appointed to the Senate; established enviable record as champion of the "little man"; was chairman of the Royal Commission on Poverty. He died in 1991