Typed letter signed,

Lloyd George (David, first Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor)

Typed letter signed,

on Treasury Chambers headed notepaper, 4 pp., 4to, written on rectos only, split pinned at corner, to Sir Edward Brabrook, regarding the National Insurance Bill, then advancing through Parliament,


Publication Details: 25th October 1911

Notes: The then Chancellor of the Exchequer locks horns with Brabrook over National Insurance. After addressing various technical issues, Lloyd-George continues: 'May I say that you seem to have failed completely to understand the provisions of the Bill with regard to the admission of members of advanced age.' 'Lloyd George's next and even greater achievement reflected both his new Liberal zeal for social reform and his ability to work out strategic alliances to gain a broad base of support. This was his National Insurance Act of 1911, the zenith of his career as a social reformer ... [The] National...more

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Price: £1,500

Subject: History

Published Date: 1911

Stock Number: 66321

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