How Far Was the Royal Commission 1832 and the Poor Law Amendment Act 1834 a Turning Point in the Provision of Welfare for the Poor?
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I am going to assess the extent to which 'the Royal commission and 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act was a turning point in the provision of the welfare for the poor. To begin with I am going to look at what it was like before 1834.'
I am going to look at the old poor law, the working of the old poor law and how people were helped under it.
The 1601 Elizabethan Poor Law divided the poor into two groups: Firstly there was the impotent poor - the sick, elderly and those unable to work - who were to be helped via outdoor relief or in almshouses. …
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