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Britain - 1905 - 1975

The Liberal reforms 1906-1914 - Test

1.

Whose study of poverty in 1901 found that the young, old and sick were vulnerable to poverty?

2.

What proportion of the population did he find were in poverty at some time in their life?

3.

Who introduced pensions in 1908?

4.

What was set up in 1909 to help unemployed people find work?

5.

The National Insurance Act of 1911, Part 1, gave people - for 4d a week - free medical treatment and sick pay for six months of...

6.

The National Insurance Act of 1911, Part 1, gave people - for 2½d a week - unemployment pay for 15 weeks of...

7.

What did the Workers Compensation Act of 1906 rule?

8.

What did the Children's Charter of 1908 introduce?

9.

Who got an eight-hour day in 1908?

10.

Which of the following was not a result of the Liberal reforms?