The Liberal Government 1906-1914

  • Gladstonian Liberalism
  • New Liberalism
  • New Liberals
  • Liberal Reforms
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1. Which Liberal act was brought in, in 1909 and set up places where workers could go and meet employees and get jobs?

  • Shops Act
  • Labour Exchange Act
  • National Insurance Act
  • Trade Boards Act
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2. Which two acts were brought in under Campbell Bannerman's rule?

  • Trade Boards & Labour exchanges
  • National Insurance (Unemployment), Workmen's compensation
  • Education Act (Meals) Education Act (Medical Inspection)
  • Children & Other legislation, National Insurance (Sickness)

3. Why did the working classes vote for the Liberal party and Not the Conservatives in 1906?

  • The Conservatives always made promises they couldn't keep
  • The liberals advocated social reform
  • They just did not like the conservatives
  • The Liberal party supported the upper classes

4. Why did the Liberal party head towards New Liberalism and away from Gladstones ideas?

  • to improve happiness, to show cavalry isn't dead, and to be helpful
  • to fight poverty, improve national efficiency, and to improve politics
  • to get more money, to improve employment rates, to be more socially desirabile
  • to improve Independence, to be more Powerful, to Dominate politics

5. Who were the new liberals?

  • Lloyd George, Asquith, Ramsay McDonald
  • Asquith, Churchill, Lloyd George
  • Campbell Bannerman, Chamberlain, Gladstone
  • Chamberlain, Campbell Bannerman, Salisbury


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