Social Security in Britain

Bevan, Aneurin
January 1945
New Republic;1/29/1945, Vol. 112 Issue 5, p144
Speculates on the post-World War II economic situation in Great Britain. Doubts raised by the British people about the future ability of Great Britain to maintain and improve the living standards of its people; Role of Tories and the Labor Party men in creating an atmosphere of foreboding about the economic and financial prospects of the country; Concerns expressed over the ability of the government to afford social security; Transfer of income from the fortunate to the less fortunate.


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