In 1942, he proposed a program for post-war income security that included comprehensive social insurance and national assistance
Both as a strategy of political legitimation and in response to their consternation at Mexico's poverty, Maximilian and Charlotte moved quickly to implement national assistance
teacher and then expanded by the National Assistance
League, provided new clothing, footwear, school supplies and personal-care items to 122,000 U.S.
They educated commissioners and the public about their profession and sought local and national assistance
The group hoped to determine what national assistance
is required to make them more successful, while encouraging the local executives to cater to the needs of local members.
They are supported by the National Assistance
Act which requires social services to look after them.
Although we might regard this as similar in spirit to postwar poverty lines based on National Assistance
or Supplementary benefit scales, it is important to recognise that the interwar social security system was not conceived in the same way as a universal guarantee of subsistence income.(11) In particular, it was not used as an agreed standard for poverty measurement.
But in taking this position, he ignores the relationship between local and national politics that springs from racial conflict, the urban/suburban divide, the widespread depiction of urban populations as unworthy of national assistance
, and the general effect of the Republican party's agenda.
From the initial formulation of the Poor Law through to the National Assistance
Act there has been concern about the welfare of the old, the ill and the unemployed.
Only in 1948, with the creation of the National Assistance
Board to handle relief for those outside the contributory benefit system, was Poor Law legislation formally repealed.
Kiplinger urged industry support for the bills by pointing out the "widespread national assistance
for foundries throughout Europe and the United Kingdom, and the Far East."
A spokeswoman for the Cl a ckmannanshi re authority said: "In the event of a National Assistance
Act funeral, the council is responsible, and makes decisions on an individual case basis on the grounds of cost and appropriateness." Serial child sex abuser Sinclair raped and murdered Christine Eadie and Helen Scott, both 17, in 1977, in what came to be known as the World's End murders.