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A history of social policy 33 The (Scots) Poor Law Act 1579 (An Act of the Scottish Parliament ‘For Punischment of Strang and Idle Beggars’) The Poor Laws can be seen as early attempts by the state to regulate social life as a response to the potential for social unrest. In this regard, state involvement manifested itself as the provision of poor relief for those who could not work as one means of minimising the likelihood of social disorder. In the fourteenth century the state (the Government) passed laws that tried to prevent the practice of people wandering around the countryside in search of work, partly to prevent the spread of the plague but also to try and ensure that the concentration of labour remained within the cities.
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