Fabian Essays in Socialism

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The Fabian Society is a British institution, which, though radical, advocated social reform through legislative rather than revolutionary means. It pre-dates the British Labour Party, which it influences to this day. The Fabian Society founded the London School of Economics in 1895. Here we have a collection of essays by great thinkers of the early 20th century and edited by George Bernard Shaw.

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Preface to the 1908 Edition 29:24 Read by Matthew Francis
The Fabian Society 49:28 Read by Matthew Francis
Preface 3:07 Read by Maria Thompson
The Basis of Socialism: Economic 49:07 Read by BookBard
Economic Continued 34:30 Read by BookBard
Historic 24:10 Read by Brad Bradley
Historic Continued 47:46 Read by Brad Bradley
Industrial 57:10 Read by Brad Bradley
Industrial continued 48:48 Read by Brad Bradley
Moral 30:36 Read by Keith Salis
Moral Continued 30:32 Read by Keith Salis
The Organization of Society: Property Under Socialism 46:42 Read by Alayna Kennedy
Industry Under Socialism 54:48 Read by Claudia Caldi
The Transition to Social Democracy: Transition 35:54 Read by Brize C
Transition continued 37:07 Read by Brize C
The Outlook 49:21 Read by Mark Leder