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Early 1900 Britian

British Depth Studies - Liberal Welfare Reforms - Dates

1889 Charles Booth published 17 volumes ('Life snd Labour of the People of London') about the conditions of the poor in London
1901 Seebohm Rowntree published 'Poverty: a Study of Town Life' about York
1906 (3) 1. Huge Liberal victory in general elections 2. Churchill switches to Libs to support Welfare Reforms 3. Labour have only 29 seats in Parliment
1908 David Lloyd George (Lib MP) becomes Chancellor of the Exchequer
1913 Rowntree requests Gov to carry out a rural poverty study
1899 - 1902 Boer War
By 1900 US and Germany take over Britain's industrial empire
1905 Unemployed Workmen's Act introduced by Conservatives
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