Social scientist Leonard Marsh, who wrote the first significant analysis of the impact of social class on Canadian society, was born at London, England. His work, Canadians In and Out of Work (1940) set the stage for a career in social work, mainly in the realms of government and education. His works were foundational documents in the Canadian welfare state. Not exactly bedtime reading for the current administration.
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