Nebraska Authors

James Edward LeRossignol

Born 1866 Quebec, Canada

Died 1959-12-02

Founding Dean of the University of Nebraska College of Business Administration.

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Nonfiction


French-Canadian History; Business; Short Fiction; Education


Graduated from McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Doctoral thesis was completed at the University of Leipzig, 1892


Dean of the College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska (From the founding in 1919 - )


James E. LeRossignol.
The Ethical Philosophy of Samuel Clarke. 1892.
The Poor of This World. irst book no publication date given)
Monopolies, Past and Present. 1901.
Taxation in Colorado. 1902.
History and Higher Education in Colorado. 1903.
Orthodox Socialism. 1907. (Was translated into Japanese)
Little Stories of Quebec. 1908.
State Socialism in New Zeland (Co-Authored). 1910.
Jean Baptiste. 1915.
What Is Socialism? 1920.
Economics for Everyone. 1923.
First Economics. 1926.
The Beauport Road. 1928.
The Flying Canoe. 1929.
The Habitat Merchant. 1939.
Communisim According to Marx. 1939.
From Marx to Stalin. 1940.
Inflation and How to Scotch It. 1943.

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