Pensions after Beveridge is the theme of this book, which describes the contention surrounding State pensions once ten years of operation had revealed the shortcomings of the Beveridge system of flat-rate contributions and flat-rate pensions. Linked in their time with the names of John Boyd-Carpenter, Richard Crossman, Sir Keith Joseph and Barbara Castle, this occasional paper looks at how each pension scheme was developed and in turn supplanted, until the last of them came to win bi-partisan acceptance and to end debate over pensions, for a time at least.
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