ABSTRACT

The texts in this collection of 10 volumes demonstrate both the diversity and continuity in British theories of democratic socialism. The selection encompasses the Ricardian socialists, the Christian socialists, and the Fabian socialists. Volume 4 includes the Fabian Essays, edited by Bernard Shaw.

part

Fabian Essays

chapter

Preface to the 1931 Reprint

ByBernard Shaw

chapter

Introduction to the 1920 Reprint

BySidney Webb

chapter

Preface to the 1908 Reprint

ByBernard Shaw

chapter

Preface 1889

ByDavid Reisman, George Bernard Shaw

part |120 pages

The Basis of Socialism

chapter |25 pages

Economic

ByG. Bernard Shaw

chapter |30 pages

Historic

BySidney Webb

chapter |38 pages

Industrial

ByWilliam Clarke

chapter |25 pages

Moral

BySydney Olivier

part |38 pages

The Organization of Society

chapter |17 pages

Property under Socialism

ByGraham Wallas

chapter |19 pages

Industry under Socialism

ByAnnie Besant

part |73 pages

The Transition to Social Democracy

chapter |27 pages

Transition.1

ByG. Bernard Shaw

chapter |18 pages

The Outlook

ByHubert Bland

chapter |25 pages

Sixty Years of Fabianism

A Postscript by Bernard Shaw
ByDavid Reisman, George Bernard Shaw