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The Austrian Model of the Welfare State and Intergenerational and Intergender Contracts since 1945

In Austrian collective memory, the speedy and successful formation of a sense of identity is tied very strongly to the success of the Austrian model of the welfare state. Ultimately this model entailed a significant broadening of late nineteenth-century notions of the state as the provider of different types of benefits to combat what the liberal British social theorist William Beveridge was to call 'the five giants': illness, ignorance, disease, squalor and want. The term 'welfare state' first appeared as a programmatic political term in a 1941 polemical pamphlet by Archbishop of Canterbury William Temple, who, in his capacity as a 'Christian citizen', demanded reforms in education and in public housing, and a participatory role in managerial decisions for blue- and white-collar workers.

The Austrian Model of the Welfare State and Intergenerational and Intergender Contracts since 1945In Austrian collective memory, the speedy and successful formation of a sense of identity is tied very strongly to the success of the Austrian model
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