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    • Collectivism
      • Represented strongly  through unions
        • Rebalances relationship between employer and employee
      • Collective action is more effective than individual action
      • Increase in Taxation = the State organises provisions for healthcare, education, pensions, housing and social insurance
        • Welfare State is the main example of collectivism in action
    • Formed to represent the Working Class
      • Policies reflected the wider interests
      • Changes in Franchise in 1918
        • Support to launch a Serious Electoral Challenge
          • The working class alone was never enoughto win an election


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