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Chapter One Comparison of Social Welfare Systems
Agrarian Democracy and Poor Law
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administration almshouse benefits changes Charity Organization Charity Organization Societies compulsory democratic development of social drive to maturity early economic growth economic liberalism Elizabethan Poor Law Emperor employers England established feudal forces fukoku kyohei governmental groups Health Insurance Law Ibid ideas ideology immigrants impotent poor income increasing indigent individual individualistic industrial maturity institutions Japan Karl de Schweinitz koku labor legislation Leiby marginalist Meiji Meiji Constitution Meiji government Meiji period ment mercantilist Ministry Modern Japan movement national health insurance nineteenth century paternalistic patterns paupers pension percent period Peter Duus political poor relief population poverty prefectural principle private charities problems public assistance public relief public responsibility reform Relief Regulation rice Shakai Jigyo Daigaku sickness social insurance social policy Social Security social welfare system structure tion Tokyo traditional transition unemployment insurance United values voluntary W.W. Rostow wages Western workers York Zaibatsu