Differ from classical liberalism welfare capitalism

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differ from Classical Liberalism? Welfare Capitalism
Identify Main Ideas/Goals. Determine who/how change occurs in this system. What are examples of institutions found in a Welfare State? How does the Welfare State differ from Welfare Capitalism? Welfare State
Alberta Distance Learning Centre Social Studies 30-1
5. Which of the responses in Part One were most effective in addressing the negative consequences of living in a classical liberal society during the 19 th Century? Support your response by discussing the issue and how the response addressed the problems raised by the promotion of classical liberalism. (10 marks) I believe the most effective was the welfare state. Although I do not think it would’ve been possible to reach a point of a wealthfare state without any of the other attempts. A wealthfare state was the most effective as it is prominently seen in our world today, through reasoning and humantarism people were able to achieve a state where those in need could be helped. Negative consequences of living in a classical liberal society included poverty, poor working and wage conditions, child labour and overcrowding. Through a welfare state all of these negative effects can be addressed and fixed while still proceeding with a capitalist society. People who are strugging economically can be assisted through a wealthfare income. There are also rules that say you must have at least a certain minimum wage and be a certain age to work, this ensures that there will not be cruel treatment to workers without any consequences. A major issue with a classical liberal society is that it took a major toll on the working class, but with a wealthfare state the working class can be assured rights, protection and safety. The

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