Postcard opposing the National Insurance Act 1911
|Caption||"I cut my little finger, and I must take it very easy in case it hurts me any more". Postcard opposing the National Insurance Act, introduced by David Lloyd George in 1911.|
|Artist||English School (20th Century)|
|Artwork medium||colour lithograph|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn / Elgar Collection|
|Keywords||cartoon Britain British satire National Insurance National Insurance Act 1911 politics Welfare State Social Welfare opposition Working Class worker maid servant Domestic Servant injured injury bandaged couch recovering malingering happy rest resting recuperation recuperating Lying Down|
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