By Chris Montague
Issue 01 (New Series), Summer 2018 pp 83-91
In this article, Chris Montague considers the impact of the 1834 Poor Law amendment on society’s ability to help the poor. And the longevity of the ‘ideology of such a law’, perpetuating the division between the ‘deserving’ and ‘underserving’ poor in Bristol.
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