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" the care of the sailors and soldiers, who have been disabled in the war, is an obligation which should fall primarily upon the State; and that this liability can not be considered as having been extinguished by the award of a pension from public funds.... "
Disabled Soldiers and Sailors Pensions and Training - Page 103
by Edward Thomas Devine - 1919 - 471 pages
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Monthly Review of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Volume 5

Labor - 1917
...1917. v. 4 : 212225. Reviewed in Great Britain Board of Trade Labour Gazette, May, 1915. p. 161. " We regard it as the duty of the State to see that...suited to his circumstances and physical condition." Royal Commission on blind and deaf and dumb. Report 4 v. London, 1899. War Office. Guide to civil employment...
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Bulletin, Issues 1-15

United States. Division of Vocational Education - Vocational education - 1917
...from public funds. We regard it as the duty of the State to see that the disabled man shall be, a? far as possible, restored to health, and that assistance...occupation best suited to his circumstances and physical condition."18 The committee proposed that the after care of a man discharge'! from military service...
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The Evolution of National Systems of Vocational Reeducation for ..., Issue 15

Douglas Crawford McMurtrie - Disabled veterans - 1918 - 319 pages
...national relief fund. The report to Parliament of the Disabled Sailors' and Soldiers' Committee declared that " the care of the sailors and soldiers, who have...suited to his circumstances and physical condition." 15 The committee proposed that the after care of a man discharged from military service because of...
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A Bibliography of the War Cripple

Disabled veterans - 1918 - 41 pages
...the war, is an obligation which should fall primarily upon the State; and that this liability cannot be considered as having been extinguished by the award...occupation best suited to his circumstances and physical condition."14 The Committee proposed that the after-care of a man discharged from military service...
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Publications of the Red Cross Institute for Crippled and Disabled Men

Handicapped - 1918
...the war, is an obligation which should fall primarily upon the State; and that this liability cannot be considered as having been extinguished by the award...occupation best suited to his circumstances and physical condition."14 The Committee proposed that the after-care of a man discharged from military service...
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Vocational Rehabilitation of Disabled Soldiers and Sailors. Hearings Before ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Education and Labor - 1918 - 168 pages
...this liability can not be considered as having been extinguished by the award of a pension from the public funds. We regard it as the duty of the State...suited to his circumstances and physical condition, "We ought, however, to add that. in expressing this view, we are far from wishing to exclude or discourage...
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The Redemption of the Disabled: A Study of Programmes of Rehabilitation for ...

Garrard Harris - Disabled veterans - 1919 - 318 pages
...provision should embrace not only restoration to health, but assistance to enable the disabled man "to earn his living in the occupation best suited to his circumstances and physical condition. " In this work, it was felt, best results could be achieved by full cooperation of all agencies, public...
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Politics of Influence

Graham Wootton - Social Science - 1998 - 316 pages
...the war, is an obligation which should fall primarily upon the State; and that this liability cannot be considered as having been extinguished by the award...occupation best suited to his circumstances and physical condition.'8 That principle epitomized the change in values that was then taking place; a new conception...
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Politics of Influence

Graham Wootton - Social Science - 1998 - 316 pages
...the war, is an obligation which should fall primarily upon the State; and that this liability cannot be considered as having been extinguished by the award...suited to his circumstances and physical condition.'* That principle epitomized the change in values that was then taking place; a new conception of the...
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Forgotten Lunatics of the Great War

Peter Barham - History - 2007 - 451 pages
...the state could not adequately be discharged simply by awarding a pension, for it had a duty: '. . . to see that the disabled man shall be, as far as possible,...suited to his circumstances and physical condition'. And it is very striking that already in the early months of 1915, the Murray Committee delivered a...
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