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Macpherson was born on 18 November in Toronto , Ontario. He graduated from the University of Toronto in After earning a Master of Science degree in economics at the London School of Economics where he studied under the supervision of Harold Laski , he joined the faculty of the University of Toronto in At that time a Doctor of Philosophy degree in the social sciences was uncommon, but some twenty years later he submitted a collection of sixteen published papers to the London School of Economics and was awarded the Doctor of Science degree in economics. He took several sabbaticals on fellowships which were often spent at English universities including an Overseas Fellowship of Churchill College, Cambridge. Macpherson gave the annual Massey Lectures in

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