West Indian nurses and the National Health Service in Britain, 1950-1968

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Aneurin Bevan, the post-War Labour Minister of Health, believed that society should collectively contribute, through a National Insurance scheme, to provide free health care for all.

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In July the National Health Service Act was born, heralding the birth of the Welfare State. Until then, only the well-off and those in work were catered for. Ali L () West Indian Nurses and the National Health Service in Britain, – MA thesis, University of York, UK.

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