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Benefit Dependency: How Welfare Undermines Independence by David G. Green

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211-12. , pp. 212-213. 5 Local Government Board, Annual Report, 1871, p. xiii; 1901, p. li. The figures for 1871 and 1901 can be compared with those from the Royal Commission on the Poor Laws of 1909, which produced calculations for England and Wales based on averages for the 8-10 year trade cycles in which each year occurred. They are based on day counts in January and July to take account of seasonal variations. Because the figures are based on the number claiming on a given day, they do not measure the number of people who had relied on the poor law at some point during a given year.

Social facts, social theory and social change: the ideas of Booth in relation to those of Beatrice Webb, Octavia Hill and Helen Bosanquet’, in Englander, D. and O’Day, R. ), Retrieved Riches: Social Investigation in Britain 18401914, Aldershot: Scolar Press, 1995, p. 62. 11 Vincent, A. , op. , 1984, p. 97. , Charity and Social Life, London: Macmillan, 1910, p. 367. NOTES 13 Vincent, A. , op. ,1984, p. 97. , The Charity Organisation Society 1869-1913, London: Methuen, 1961, p. 38. , ‘The antithesis between individualism and socialism philosophically considered’, Charity Organisation Review, September 1890, p.

123. Poverty Inflation 1 Peter Townsend, for instance, assumes that participation in the accepted lifestyle can be made possible by giving cash to the ‘excluded’: in Poverty in the United Kingdom, Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1979, p. 915. , The Invention of Permanent Poverty, London: IEA, 1997, Chapter 13. , op. , 1979. , p. 248. , p. 249. , pp. 249-51. , p. 273, pp. 301-2. , p. 273, pp. 301-2. S. , Poverty and the Welfare State, London: Longmans, 1951. , op. , p. 914. , Poverty and Social Security, London: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1989, p.

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