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Social security

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

'Are you getting the benefit you are entitled to?', [1980]

Identifier: dlpc00148
Scope and Contents Laminated colour poster about Social Welfare. A printed text in black and white has been written over in red pen to change the original message (about owning up to benefit fraud) to one encouraging readers to ask for benefits that they may be entitled to. The modified text reads: 'Are you getting the benefit you are entitled to? Do Something About It Now, Go To your local Social Welfare office now - You Will Be Asked Hostile And Prying Questions To Justify Every Cent, Just tell the Social...
Dates: [1980]

Election Pamphlets, 1938

Identifier: clels7
Scope and Contents Election Pamphlets, 1938: ‘Social Security: A full explanation of the Social Security Act, 1938, together with explanatory memoranda on the changes in War Pensions and War Veterans’ Allowances’; ‘Householder: The Prime Minister’s Personal Message To You’; ‘Labour has a Plan: The Way out of Chaos to a Land fit for Heroes’; ‘Workers’ Compensation’; ‘The National Party’s Policy Means The People Must Perish If Prices Fall’; ‘Where Labour Stands! A Statement of… Aims, Principles, Opposition to...
Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010