How Effective Were the Liberals' Social Reforms? - Keywords

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Chancellor of the Exchequer
The person responsible for raising government funds through taxation or borrowing and controlling overall government spending.
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Philanthropy
The act of donating money, goods, services or time to support a socially beneficial cause, with a defined objective and no financial or material reward to the donor.
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Pensions
A regular payment made by the government to (in this case) people over 70 years old.
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Friendly societies
People would pay a contribution whilst working, and then when in need get money back. 8,000,000 people had made a contribution to a Friendly Society by the 1890s.
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