Benefit Dependency: How Welfare Undermines Independence by David G. Green

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25. 35 HBAI, 1992/93, p. 173. 36 Goodman, A. , For Richer, For Poorer: The Changing Distribution of Income in the UK, 1961-91, London: Institute for Fiscal Studies,1994, A1. 37 HBAI, p. 139. , op. , Vol. 2, p. 109. , p. 36. , op. , p. 24. , p. 1. 42 Rowntree Inquiry, Vol. 1, p. 15. , p. 15 44 Based on Goodman, A. , op. , 1994, Fig. 7, A12. 45 Goodman and Webb, op. ; and HBAI, 1979-1991/92, F1(BHC). 46 HBAI, 1979-1991/92, E1(BHC). 47 Rowntree Inquiry, Vol. , p. 15. 48 DSS, Households Below Average Income: A Statistical Analysis 1979-1994/95, London: HMSO, 1997, p.

Vol. 2, p. 109. , p. 36. , op. , p. 24. , p. 1. 42 Rowntree Inquiry, Vol. 1, p. 15. , p. 15 44 Based on Goodman, A. , op. , 1994, Fig. 7, A12. 45 Goodman and Webb, op. ; and HBAI, 1979-1991/92, F1(BHC). 46 HBAI, 1979-1991/92, E1(BHC). 47 Rowntree Inquiry, Vol. , p. 15. 48 DSS, Households Below Average Income: A Statistical Analysis 1979-1994/95, London: HMSO, 1997, p. 139. 49 Goodman, A. , The Distribution of UK Household Expenditure 1979-1992, London: Institute for Fiscal Studies, 1995, p. 25.

15 Why did the COS emphasise character? Were they obsessed with blame? On the contrary, it was because of their belief that, whilst outsiders could give cash help, the restoration of morale and improvements in the quality of life could only come with the willing co-operation of the person being helped. 16 Mere doles weakened their resolve and encouraged acceptance of lower standards. 17 The 1909 Royal Commission on the Poor Laws I will take the proposals of the Majority of the 1909 Royal Commission on the Poor Laws (RCPL) as representative of COS thinking, not least because we have the advantage of the voluminous evidence on which members based their arguments, as well as numerous essays and books in which they described their underlying philosophy.

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