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by Edward R. Pease

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  • ISBN 0554034522
  • ISBN13 978-0554034522
  • Language English
  • Author Edward R. Pease
  • Publisher BiblioBazaar (December 27, 2006)
  • Pages 270
  • Formats doc lit rtf mobi
  • Category History
  • Subcategory Historical Study and Educational Resources
  • Size ePub 1738 kb
  • Size Fb2 1417 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 104

But in September of the same year we find a cloud on the horizon, the prelude of a coming storm. The Trade Union Congress had just been held and the leaders of the working classes, with apparently but little discussion, had passed a resolution asking the Government to institute an enquiry with a view to relaxing the stringency of Poor Law administration.

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Secretary for Twenty-five Years. With Twelve Illustrations. The History of the Fabian Society will perhaps chiefly interest the members, present and past, of the Society. But in so far as this book describes the growth of Socialist theory in England, and the influence of Socialism on the political thought of the last thirty years, I hope it will appeal to a wider circle.

Secretary for Twenty-five Years.

Edward Reynolds Pease (23 December 1857 – 5 January 1955) was an English writer and a founding member of the Fabian Society

Edward Reynolds Pease (23 December 1857 – 5 January 1955) was an English writer and a founding member of the Fabian Society. Pease was born near Bristol, the son of devout Quakers, Thomas Pease (1816-1884) and Susanna Ann Fry (1829-1917; sister of Edward Fry, the judge); he was the sixth of Thomas's 15 children but Susanna's first, Thomas having had five children by previous marriages.

Since its first publication 'The History of the Fabian Society' by Edward Pease has been increasingly recognized . Margaret Cole's new introduction evaluates the present-day significance of a book which is indispensable for any student of Labour history.

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The Fabian Society was founded in 1884, by a group of British intellectuals. this book is more about the organization and leading members of the Fabian Society, and only very lightly touches upon their actual philosophy. Idealistic, enthusiastic and, perhaps. i understand it was written by the Secretary presiding over many of their meetings, and unfortunately, that's pretty much how it reads.

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The History of the Fabian Society. Secretary for Twenty-five Years. B. On guild socialism. Appendix II. The Basis of the Fabian Society. Appendix III. List of the names and the years of office of the ninety-six members of the Executive Committee, 1884-1915.

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Edward Pease has given us a great record of the formation and influence of the Fabian Society. He provides a thorough timeline of events and social issues that the Fabian Society addressed and in the process gained many supporters--George Bernard Shaw and H. G. Wells two of the more well-known celebrities among them. He also gives a list of those in leadership, their duration of service, insight into who the movers and shakers were among them along with their areas of expertise. I found it quite interesting that on multiple occasions the stated goal of the Fabian Society was the redistribution of wealth.
Nikohn
a very interesting and thorough documentation of the Fabian Society