CONTENTS
Appendix A --
PAGE
1.Sic Vos Non Vobis
365
2.Morning Post Leaders and Articles 1906-07
365
3.Foreign Schemes of Unemployment Insurance Before 1908
371
4."Delima Delaney" Dramatised
372
5.Recruits to Munitions Labour 1915
374
6.Organisation of Dock Labour 1918 (Letter by W. H. B. to George Roberts as Minister of Labour)
375
7.Inter-Allied Commission on Relief of German Austria 1918-19
(Extracts from Report by British Representative)
376
8.Director's Addresses to New Students
377
9.Memorandum to Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial 1925
382
10.Coal Commission 1925-26 (Letter by W. H. B. on presence of reporters)
385
11.Report of Broadcasting Committee 1949
(Extract of Paragraphs 561-564)
387
12.Translation of Chorus from Oedipus at Colonus
389
13.Notes on Food Supply in Time of War
( W. H. B. July 8, 1936)
389
14.School of Economics in Making
(Extract from Diary of Beatrice Webb)
395
15.London Life and Labour Under Air-Raids 1940
(Extract from Report by W. H. B.)
396
16.Conscription of Women 1941
(Extract from Memorandum by W. H. B.)
398
17.Ministers and Civil Servants
(Extracts from unpublished article by W. H. B. of June 1941)
399
18.Conduct of the War -- Letter by W. H. B. in The Times, January 1942
with comments
401
19.Social Insurance and Allied Services
(Announcement and Membership of Inter-Departmental Com-
mittee, June 1941)
404
20.Full Employment Inquiry
(Note by W. H. B. on Government Instruction to Departments in
November 1943, with letter)
405
21.Political Adventure 1944-45406
(a) Liberal Party Leaflet
(b) Election Diary Extract
(c) 1918 and 1945 Elections Compared
22.The Mule in Politics411
Appendix B
413
Appendix C
415

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