Id Churchills wartime coalition goverment create the welfare state?

Structureclear rationale provided for a focused response to the assignment. Material organised to clearly illustrate and develop the line of argument provided. Main points highlighted and a conclusion provided.

Research and use of evidence evidence of extended and systematic study and the ability to identify, assess, integrate, interpret and evaluate material from a wide range of relevant sources.

Knowledge and Analysis Evidence of a thorough understanding of the subject matter and context, identifying key trends and influences. Evidence of the ability to evaluate different approaches to the subject and justify and evaluate the application of a particular approach to the topic/ problem to be addressed.

Communication Skills Good presentation and communication skills throughout the assignment. Clarity of thought and expression throughout. Fluent and distinctive style.

Referencing Accurate and complete references and bibliography using the Harvard referencing system. References are excluded from word count.

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Key Reading

Addison, P. (1977) The Road to 1945. Quartet: London.

Brooke, S. (1992) Labouras War: The Labour Party during the Second World War. Clarendon: Oxford.

Cmd. 6404 (1942) Social Insurance and Allied Services, The Beveridge Report. HMSO, London.

Jefferys, K. (1991) The Churchill Coalition and Wartime Politics 1940-1945. Manchester University Press: Manchester.

Jefferys, K. (ed) (1994) War and Reform, Manchester University Press: Manchester.

Lowe, R. (1990) a?The Second World War, consensus and the foundation of the welfare statea, Twentieth Century British History, 1, 2, pp.152-82.

Lowe, R. (2005) The Welfare State in Britain Since 1945, (3rd edn), Macmillan: Basingstoke, chs 5-6, 8.

Page, R.M. (2007) Revisiting the Welfare State, Open University Press/McGraw-Hill, Maidenhead, ch.1.

Timmins, N. (2001) The Five Giants, Harper Collins, London, chs. 1-4.

Other Reading

Addison, P. (1992) Churchill on the Home Front 1900-1955. Jonathan Cape: London, ch.10.

Addison, P. (1997) a?Churchill and the price of victorya in Tiratsoo, N. (ed), From Blitz to Blair. Weidenfeld and Nicolson: London, ch.III.

Barnett, C. (1986) The Audit of War, Macmillan, London

Calder, A. (1971) The Peopleas War, Panther, London.

Fraser, D (2003) The Evolution of the British Welfare State, (3rd edition) Palgrave, Basingstoke, ch.9.

Gardiner, J. (2004) Wartime Britain 1939-1945, Headline, London.

Harris, B. (2004) The Origins of the British Welfare State: Society, State and Social Welfare in England and Wales, 1800-1945, Basingstoke, Palgrave-Macmillan, ch.18.

Howell, D. (1976) British Social Democracy, Croom Helm: London, ch.4.

Jones, M. and Lowe, R. (2002), From Beveridge to Blair. Manchester University Press: Manchester, pp.1-15.

Raison, T. (1996) Tories and the Welfare State. Macmillan: London, ch.1.

Rubinstein, D. (2006) The Labour Party and British Society, 1880-2005. Sussex Academic Press: Brighton, ch.4.

Smith, H.L. (ed) (1986) War and Social Change, Manchester University Press: Manchester.