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1. Who were the rising industrial powers challenging Britain's industrial reign?

  • Afghanistan & Pakistan
  • Germany & The USA
  • Kenya & Iraq
  • China & Lithuania
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2. what percentage of the cities population were found to be living below the poverty line?

  • 42%
  • 20%
  • 30%
  • 80%
  • 50%

3. what were the benefits of the national insurance?

  • sickness benefit of 7 shillings, free healthcare
  • sickness benefit of 9 shillings, free healthcare, maternity benefit of 30 pence
  • sickness benefit of 10 shillings, free healthcare, maternity benefit of 27 pence
  • sickness benefit of 30 pence, maternity benefit of 30 shillings
  • free healthcare, maternity benefit of 30 shillings

4. how much money were insured workers given a week if they became unemployed?

  • 11 shillings
  • 7 shillings
  • 9 shillings
  • 6 shillings

5. what was the compulsory payment towards the national insurance?

  • worker: 1 pence employer: 3 pence state: 10 pence
  • worker: 4 pence employer: 3 pence state: 2 pence
  • worker: 9 pence employer: 1 pence state: 4 pence
  • Worker: 3 pence employer: 2 pence state: 6 pence

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