the effects of liberal reforms

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young
children seen as victims of poverty. provision of school meals act 1906 local authorities to provide school meals but was not mandatory until 1911 cos less than 1/3 had introduced it. Free medical inspections at schools (1907) no bas treat until 1912
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old
rowntree said this was time when people dropped below poverty line. old age pension act 1908 people over 70 up to 5 shillings a week married couples 7 shillings 6 pense
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sick
cause and consequence of poverty, sick couldn't work couldn't afford treatment so got more sick. National insurance scheme 1911 applied to workers earning less than 160 a year. only insured worker got this family didn't benefit
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unemployed
obvious cause of poverty. national insurance (part 2) only covered unemployed for some workers in some industries and required contributions from workers, employers and the government. didn't do much for the unemployed
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intro
talk about how liberal forms were brung about for reasons
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rowntree said this was time when people dropped below poverty line. old age pension act 1908 people over 70 up to 5 shillings a week married couples 7 shillings 6 pense

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