Malthus, Ricado and Chadwich plus Bentham

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Who wrote about economic and social issues?
Thomas Malthus
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He thought that if the population was left unchecked, they would end up using all of the f___ and s____
Food and supplies
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He believed that the p__ l___ made things w___
Poor laws, worse
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Thought that people had more c____ so they could claim more and more r____
children, relief
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Said the laws should be a____
Abolished
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D____ R_____ believed that poor law relief and wages came both out of the w___ pot
David Ricado, wages
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Thought that more money was spent on p___ r___ meaning there was less money for w____ for those who actually wo___ for a living
Poor relief, wages, worked
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Also said that the poor laws should be?
Abolished
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Jeremy Bentham came up with the concept of u________
Utilitarianism
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This meant that all in_____ should be tested and if they produce 'gr____ ha_____' if not
institutions, greatest happiness
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Edwin Chadwick was a follower of who?
Jeremy Bentham
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He developed a theory that paupers should be kept in workhouses where c_____ were worse than those in the poorest working person outside
Conditions
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Thought that only the de____ and n____ would seek re___
Desperate and needy, relief
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W___ would find their only level and the ec___ would flourish
Wages, economy
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He thought that if the population was left unchecked, they would end up using all of the f___ and s____

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Food and supplies

Card 3

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He believed that the p__ l___ made things w___

Back

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Card 4

Front

Thought that people had more c____ so they could claim more and more r____

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Said the laws should be a____

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