The significance of the Liberal Reforms

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The Liberal Reforms were effective in a way because they were a break from the past and set up a foundation for the new welfare system. The most importance acts in Great Britain were stemmed from the Liberal Reforms. Most of the reforms are still in act today. Most Acts were never given to the people of Britain. National Insurance and the the Children's Act had provided some of the most important and significant issues in the


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