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What year did the industrial revolution begin?
1760
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What years was the first cholera outbrek?
1831 - 1832
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How many people did the first cholera outbreak kill?
8000
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What year was there an investigation into poor laws?
1832
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What year was the poor law ammendment act?
1834
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Who publishes 'Sanitary conditions of the labouring population og Great Britain? And when did he publish it?
Edwin Chadwick - 1842
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When was the second cholera epidemic?
1848
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How many people did the second cholera epidemic kill?
12,000
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When was the first public health act?
1848
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What was the main difference between the first and scond public health act?
The second one had the same rules but made them compulsory
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What year was the Broad Street cholera outbreak?
1854
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What year does John Snow find out that cholera is waterbourne?
1855
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What year was the Great Stink?
1858
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What year was there a cholera epidemic specifically in London?
1866
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What year was the reform act?
1867
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What year was the second public health act?
1875
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What year was the Atisan Dwellings act?
1875
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What was the main city that Joseph Chamberlin affected?
Birmingham
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What year did Chamberlin order slum clearance in Birmingham?
1875
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Who publishes 'Labour and life of the people'? And when did he publish him?
Charles Booth - 1889
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What year was the free school meals act introduced?
1906
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What year did school medical inspections begin?
1907
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What year was the old age pensions act introduced?
1908
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Who passed the 'people's budget'? And when did they?
Lloyd George -1910
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When was the national insurance act introduced?
1911
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At the time period you are studying who was the leader of the Liberals?
Gladstone
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In the time period you are studying who was the leader of the Conservatives?
Disraeli
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Who proposed the idea of giving working men the vote?
Gladstone of the Liberals
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Who passed the law allowing working men to vote?
Disraeli of the Conservatives
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How did Disraeli persuade conservatives to allow the working men the vote?
He said they would vote 'conservative for life'
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Name 3 reforms Galdstone brought in when he was in power?
1870 education act which created primary eductaion 1872 -election held by secret ballot 1872 - flushing toilets
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Name 3 reforms Disraeli brought in when he was in power?
1875 -public health act 1875 - Artisan dwellings act 1875 - Food and drugs act
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Which party arguably did more for public health? Why is this odd?
Conservatives. Because the Conservatives stood for tradition English values whereas Liberals were progresive and wanted change
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