random welfare state

Beveridge Report 1942
system of social insurance covering everyone regardless of income. cradle-to-grave
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1944 - Education Act
compulsory free secondary education for all
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1948 - NHS introduced
despite campaigns by BMA warning of bureaucracy + expense. in beginning everything provided but burden of costs meant reintroduced charges for glasses + false teeth
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Example of Sweden
Sweden’s right-wing managed to build a more market-driven system for health care, eldercare, and medication. one of the most privatized medication systems in the world
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Response to automization of industrial labour - according to Li Andersson (Left Alliance, Finland)
taxing robots, universal basic income, moving to 6 hour work day
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President Clinton's workfare.
law requiring states to push welfare recipients into jobs. forces states to limit families to 5 years or less of federal payments.
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1944 - Education Act

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compulsory free secondary education for all

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1948 - NHS introduced

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Example of Sweden

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Response to automization of industrial labour - according to Li Andersson (Left Alliance, Finland)

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