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Achievements of Liberal Reforms: Critics
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* Cartoon from November 1911 commenting on opposition to the introduction of National Insurance: "Those who 'wont [sic] pay' and those who will" by W.K. Haselden; Daily Mirror, 18 November 1911.
(WH0693. Reproduced by permission of the British Cartoon Archive for the Centre for the Study of Cartoons & Caricature at the University of Kent and Mirror Group)
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* University of Kent and Mirror Group: WH0693; cartoon from November 1911
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You need to study the source carefully before you decide whether it supports or contradicts any of the reasons in the Big Question.
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* What is the attitude of the servants towards National Insurance? *
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  Do the paterfamilias (fathers of the households) seem happy to pay the tax, compared to the other groups? *
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  Would David Lloyd George have agreed with this cartoon? *
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