Fabian SocietyThe Fabian Society is a British socialist organisation whose purpose is to advance the principles of democratic socialism via gradualist and reformist effort in democracies, rather than by revolutionary overthrow.
As one of the founding organisations of the Labour Representation Committee in 1900, and as an important influence upon the Labour Party which grew from it, the Fabian Society has had a powerful influence on British politics. Other members of the Fabian Society have included political leaders from countries formerly part of the British Empire, such as Jawaharlal Nehru, who adopted Fabian principles as part of their own political ideologies. The Fabian Society founded the London School of Economics and Political Science in 1895.
Today, the society functions primarily as a think tank and is one of 21 socialist societies affiliated with the Labour Party. Similar societies exist in Australia (the Australian Fabian Society), in Canada (the Douglas–Coldwell Foundation and the now disbanded League for Social Reconstruction), in Sicily (Sicilian Fabian Society) and in New Zealand (The NZ Fabian Society). Provided by Wikipedia
The British co-operative movement in a socialist society : a report written for the Fabian Society / by G. D. H. Cole.
by Cole, G. D. H. 1889-1959.“...Fabian Society (Great Britain)...”
Retail trade associations : a new form of monopolist organization in Britain ; a report to the Fabian Society / by Hermann Levy.
by Levy, Hermann, 1881-1949.“...Fabian Society (Great Britain)...”
Retail trade associations : a new form of monopolist organisation in Britain : a report to the Fabian Society / by Hermann Levy.
by Levy, Hermann, 1881-1949,“...Fabian Society (Great Britain),...”
Summary of eight papers and discussions upon the disabilities of mothers as workers Fabian Society (Great Britain) Fabian Women's Group.
Published 1910“...Fabian Society (Great Britain) Fabian Women's Group....”
Hitler's route to Bagdad. Prepared for the International Research Section of the Fabian Society by Barbara Ward [and others] Introd. by Leonard Woolf. Maps by J. F. Horrabin.
Published 1971“...Fabian Society (Great Britain). International Research Section....”