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With one notable exception, none of his colleagues became involved in public causes, though some (and some graduate students) engaged in reformist policy-relevant research as part of the Frontiers of Settlement Project or the McGill Social Science Research Project in the 1920s and 1930s (Shore 1987:162-94, 195-261, respectively; re the MSSRP, see also Irving 1986).
The exception was Leonard Marsh, an economist hired in 1930 to be Research Director of the MSSRP. Like Porter, Marsh received his training in economics and sociology at the London School of Economics (LSE).