Social Security : The Story of British Social Progress and the Beveridge Plan
1943 1943 1940s 3 preliminary leaves, 9-62 pages : illustrations, diagrams CHAPTER II THE PRIMARY NEEDS AND RISKS The primary needs which must be met in any adequate system of social security are fairly easy to define. In our modern industrial community they arise out of the following contingencies...
London : G.G. Harrap and Co.
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