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date: 19 January 2021

Marsh, Leonard Charleslocked

  • Allan MoscovitchAllan MoscovitchSchool of Social Work, Carleton University

Summary

Leonard Charles Marsh (1906–1982) is best known for his wartime report on Social Security in Canada, a comprehensive blueprint on the development of a postwar welfare state for Canada.

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