The Full Wiki

Welfare: Quiz

Advertisements
  
  
  

Question 1: In the medieval period and until the Industrial Revolution, the function of welfare payments in ________ was principally achieved through private giving or charity.
Eastern EuropeEuropeBalkansWestern Europe

Question 2: [6] This system was substantially modified by the 19th-century ________, which introduced the system of workhouses.
Poor Relief Act 1662Elizabethan Poor Law (1601)Poor Law Amendment Act 1834Union Chargeability Act 1865

Question 3: Welfare can be provided by ________, non-governmental organizations, or a combination of the two.
GovernmentDemocracyAnarchyAuthoritarianism

Question 4: And 2.5% goes into ________, which was introduced in 2001.
Cost basisTaxing and Spending ClauseIndividual Retirement AccountInternal Revenue Code

Question 5: Aspects of the program vary in different states; ________, for example, requires a month in a job search program before benefits can begin.
FloridaOhioIndianaMichigan

Question 6: From the 1930s on, ________ government provided welfare payments to the poor.
New York metropolitan areaNew York CityManhattanBrooklyn

Question 7: The taxes (including Zakat and ________) collected in the treasury of an Islamic government were used to provide income for the needy, including the poor, elderly, orphans, widows, and the disabled.
Islam and other religionsJizyaMosqueDhimmi

Question 8: There is relatively little statistical data on welfare transfer payments until at least the ________.
Late Middle AgesHigh Middle AgesEarly Middle AgesByzantine Empire

Question 9: In those early times there was a much broader group considered in ________ compared to the 21st century.
OverpopulationPovertyPoverty reductionFamine

Question 10: Even then, Roosevelt's ________ focused predominantly on a program of providing work and stimulating the economy through public spending on projects, rather than on cash payments.
Franklin D. RooseveltGreat DepressionNational Recovery AdministrationNew Deal







Advertisements









Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message