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Social Reformist and Market Liberal Approaches May Have Been Suitable for the Social Condition of the 20th Century, but 3rd Way Welfare Policies Are More Relevant to the 21st Century
This essay will look at the social conditions that existed for each of the political parties and the welfare policy approaches that each party adopted in relation to the NHS. Initially I will look at Social Reformist policies followed by Market Liberals. But as a consequence of the research the essay will demonstrate that New Labour has used a collaboration of existing ideologies to create a set of welfare policies, which they claim are relevant to meeting the needs of the NHS in the 21st Century:
'The practise of what is known in the business world as 'brokerage politics' or 'dealer politics - adopting the opposition's best policies'.
(Jones, 2000 p.199)
The Second World War for the general population was an experience that was more extensive and indiscriminate than of any previous conflicts. Previous wars had mostly been fought far from Britain. The Blitzkrieg, the war by air, changed this. It destroyed millions of homes and forced people from the cities to flee to the countryside, bringing together people from different classes and backgrounds. …
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