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William Henry Beveridge

Beveridge, William Henry (1879–1963), British economist and social planner, director of London School of Economics (1919–37). In Social Insurance and Allied Services (1942), he proposed a social security system that became law. Beveridge became a knight in 1919 and a baron in 1946.

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