The Laroque Plan of 1945 was a product of the interplay of various institutional considerations and ideological influences, and it confirmed the fact that Pierre Laroque remained committed to the principles which he had first come to espouse during his early career. Moreover, the failure to implement a universal system of old age insurance illustrated the fact that the national consensus which supported the principle of social security was shallow altogether, despite the rhetoric of the Resistance and the provisional government and the support of tehe main political parties.
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