Leonard Marsh - Notable Works

Notable Works

  • Health and Unemployment: Some Studies of Their Relationships. Published for McGill University by Oxford University Press, 1938.
  • Canadians In and Out of Work; A Survey of Economic Classes and Their Relation to the Labour Market. Published for McGill University by the Oxford University Press, 1940.
  • Report on social security for Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1943.
  • Rebuilding A Neighbourhood; Report on a Deomonstration Slum-Clearance and Urban Rehabilitation Project in a Key Central Area in Vancouver. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1950.
  • Communities in Canada: Selected Sources. Toronto: McClelland, 1970.

With the League for Social Reconstruction

  • League for Social Reconstruction, Research Committee. Social planning for Canada. Toronto: T. Nelson, 1935.
  • League for Social Reconstruction, Research Committee. Democracy Needs Socialism. Toronto: T. Nelson, 1938.

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