THE BRITISH WELFARE STATE IN TIMES OF CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENTS IN 1951-1964
The study entitled "The British Welfare State in Times of Conservative Governments in 1951-1964" deals with special features of policy of so called welfare state in times of thirteen-year rule of Conservative party. Conservative governments have continued in Labour welfare program pursuing after the end of WWII. Their attention has concentrated on five main sectors: support of full employment, housing, education, health care and social security. The enhanced role of the state in welfare has had both positive results, i.e. all British people have been fully secured first in history of Great Britain, and negative results proving in high spending that burdened unbearably state budget and in non-efficiency of implemented programmes.
Welfare State, conservatives, full employment, housing, education, health care, social security
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