1. Which evils did the Beveridge Report seek to address?
- Ignorance, Want, Disease, Squalor, Idleness
- Stupidity, Want, Ignominy, Squalor
- Ignorance, War, Illness, Poverty
- Poverty, Stupidity, Ignorance, War
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2. Why was Labour's Party Machinery more effective than the Conservatives in 1945?
- Labour supporters worked in essential industries and stayed at home during the war.
- Labour had more money.
- Labour supporters could connect to working class voters better.
- Labour had more members.
3. What did Beveridge argue was necessary to maintain his reforms?
- A Welfare State.
- Full employment.
- All of these options.
- An NHS.
4. What role had Herbert Morrison had during the War Cabinet?
- Deputy Prime Minister.
- Minister for Munitions.
- Home Secretary.
- Foreign Secretary.
5. When was the Beveridge Report written?
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