Chapter 19 Stephen Leacock on political economy and the unsolved riddle of social justice
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The best-selling Canadian humorist Stephen Leacock (1869–1944) was also a professor of economics and political science, trained by Thorstein Veblen. Leacock’s social criticism, read throughout English-speaking countries, was expressed both as satire and through serious reflections, most notably in The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice (1920).

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