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The Canadian Encyclopedia (accessed October 4, 2016). Social security programs, which are the responsibility of all levels of government, provide direct economic assistance in one form or another to individuals or families. It does not provide social welfare payments while homemaking. In Great Britain the Liberal government of Henry Campbell-Bannerman and David Lloyd George introduced the National Insurance system in 1911, [6] a system later expanded by Clement Attlee.

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