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Mr. R. S. LAMBERT:

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' Pioneers of Social Progress-V, Edwin Chadwick and the Rule of the Blue-Book '
WE are so used now to the constant census that is taken of every aspect of our social and industrial life that it is hard to realize how little authentic or official information about social conditions was available in England at the time of Waterloo. The father of the Blue-Book was Edwin Chadwick , the Benthamite, author of the Poor Law of 1834, creator of the first Central Board of Health, and originator of many other schemes which Mr. Lambert will describe in this evening's talk.

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Mr. R. S. LAMBERT:

2LO London, 29 March 1928 19.25






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