Examines the question of where to locate the ideological break between qclassical liberalismq and the underlying principles of the modern Welfare State.94 Even so, Blackley believed Chamberlaina#39;s proposal was worth trying, if only to prove that no voluntary scheme would be able to reach the masses. In addition to Blackley and Chamberlain, a number of writers in the early 1 890s proposed pension plans that were ... Furthermore, their weekly pension of seven shillings six pence a as with Blackley and Chamberlain, paid through the Post Officeanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Persistence of Victorian Liberalism|
|Author||:||Robert F. Haggard|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 2001|