Origins of the Welfare State: Labour, life, and poverty

Origins of the Welfare State: Labour, life, and poverty

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A range of different proposals were widely canvassed during the war years - the selection here is intended to resurrect a number of those that have subsequently dropped out of circulation but were influential in the climate of the times. A final section covers a number of early assessments of the implications of the introduction of welfare state legislation. Although the implementation of the welfare programme was in effect a bipartisan process it did not take long for doubts to be expressed. Some were directed at the principles on which the welfare state was being constructed. The collection closes with the discovery that poverty, whose banishment was a key objective of the whole enterprise, was still very much present.Instead he went about from place to place, having a good time, going to shows, pictures, the pubs, playing at fun fairs and spending Ap27. He says it costs you more ... flowers and vegetables. 16 A maintenance engineer of thirty-five, single.

Title:Origins of the Welfare State: Labour, life, and poverty
Author: Nicholas Deakin
Publisher:Taylor & Francis - 1935

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