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The fallacy of prophecy
The poor law origin of health insurance
The futility of efforts to abolish the poor law
The destruction of the glids of the Middle Ages
Early essays on poor relief
The failure of poor law reforms
The Royal Commission on the poor law
Indifference to the lessons of experience
Poor relief and national health insurance
Experience of the Derby Poor Law Union
Increase in the burden of poor relief
Insured persons in poor law infirmaries
Penalizing thrift under health insurance
The viewpoint of organized charity
A reckless policy of expediency
Pauperizing effects of national health insurance
Sickness statistics misleading
Pauperizing the independent poor
The status of deposit contributors
Unrealized expectations
The failure of the deposit system
Unfair discriminiation against the poorest poor
Poor relief of the insured popilation
Overlapping of insurance and poor relief
Overlapping of old-age pensions and poor relief
Diminishing aversion to poor law support
Abuses of the panel system
Hidden hand of the poor law taint
Friendly society opposition
The discouragement of voluntary thrift
Fundamental principles of self-help
Compulsory health insurance a new form of poor relief
Causes of poverty and the housing problem
Relation of deplorable housing conditions to health
Cases of panel practice among the poor
Sanatorium treatment and poor relief
Sanatorium treatment a misnomer
Poor law experience of Newcastle-on-Tyne
Reimbursement of poor relief through insurance
Prevention not the primary object of insurance
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