Social Security Guide : The White Paper and the Beveridge Report Compared

1944-10-01 1944 1940s 20 pages and wife together is kept at 40/- a week, this means cutting into the margin." (Para. 231). The Government White Paper overlooks these dilemmas. It accepts the Beveridge figures, but makes neither prophecy nor assumption about the post-war cost-of-living. This is...

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Main Authors: Great Britain. Office of the Minister of Reconstruction. Social insurance ; Great Britain. Inter-departmental Committee on Social Insurance and Allied Services. Social insurance and allied services ; Beveridge, William Henry Beveridge, Baron, 1879-1963 (contributor), Clarke, Joan Simeon
Format: TEXT
Language:English
English
Published: London : The Social Security League 1 October 1944
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UK
Institution:MRC - The Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick
External link to institution:http://hdl.handle.net/10796/B9B9997C-1A14-423B-A7AF-567DA54C68F5