Manuscript notes on the Welfare State and cuts in public expenditure by the Conservative Government and unpublished papers on the Welfare State from a women's perspective. Subjects include the origins of the Welfare State; Conservative Government strategy; social security and income tax; unpaid work in the home; the legal and financial position of single women and older women; the role of the family in the Welfare State; action groups and claimants' unions. Includes 'Report from the ITC Delegate on Her Work on the Supplementary Benefits Appeals Tribunal' by Elizabeth Wilson, Polytechnic of North London.
Wilson, E, 'Exploited Mothers''Resolutions From the Executive Committee', Communist Party Executive Committee
'Beyond Welfare: Strategies For Social Change', LCC Beyond Welfare Conference, Institute of Education, London, 29-30 May
Photocopy - Golding, P and Middleton, S, 'Making Claims: News Media and the Welfare State', 'Media, Culture and Society' I (1979) 5-21
Wintour, E, 'How To Tell Right From Wrong in the Welfare State', '20th Century' (Winter, 1963)
For following publications consult The Women's Library printed collections catalogue:
Wilson, E, 'Women and the Welfare State', 'Red Rag' No 2 (1974) (See ref 362.830941 WIL)
Abbott, E and Bompas, K, 'The Woman Citizen and Social Security: A Criticism of the Proposals Made in the Beveridge Report as they Affect Women', Keighley: The Rydal Press (October 1943) (ref 368.400941 ABB)