The Motivation for the Liberal Reforms

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  • The Motives of the Liberal Reforms
    • Political
      • New Liberalism
      • Labour Party
        • New Liberalism
      • Political evoultion
    • Social
      • Concern for the poor
        • Booth and Rowntree: "statistical evidence"
          • Shocked the country
          • Enlightened sector called for reform
          • A third of London were living in poverty
            • Primary and secondary poverty
    • Economic
      • National efficiency
        • Weak workforce not suitable for a super-power
        • Security
          • Boer War: 1 in 3 men not fit
      • The German model


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