William Clarke, a journalist and Fabian socialist
, published his book Walt Whitman (1892) with Swan Sonnenschein, Edward Carpenter's publisher.
In a similar vein, the press in India is starting to wonder if the economic miracle is returning to the more anemic 'Hindu rate of growth' which Das (2006:2) explains, "had nothing to do with Hinduism and everything to do with the Fabian socialist
policies of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru".
On occasion Goodison strays into a flat didacticism: "Norman Manley, Fabian socialist
// who'd appealed to the conscience of the United / Fruit Company to donate a fraction of one percent / of a year's profits to the welfare of our peasants.
In 1913 Beatrice Webb, the Fabian socialist
, sensed a wider women's movement allied with international labour and subject peoples on the brink of a new democracy.
A minority of Commissioners, led by Fabian socialist
Beatrice Webb and Lansbury, rejected the traditional Poor Law philosophy that a person's destitution stemmed from their own moral character failing and that deterrence and punishment should be central features of poor relief.
Leave it to the Fabian socialist
to begin his playwriting career by spinning a youthful romance into an expose of slumlord operations.
8) In the Fabian socialist
future the needs of the social organism would determine an increasing differentiation of labour.
Leonard Woolf, "a dark star," likewise lived longer than the love of his life, Virginia--three decades longer, during which he wrote five volumes of astonishing autobiography, the Pilgrim's Progress of a Jewish outsider at Cambridge early in the century, a disenchanted servant of the British Empire in Ceylon before the First World War, a Fabian Socialist
(buddy of the Webbs), a highbrow publisher (of T.
George Bernard Shaw, the great Fabian socialist
, made a unconsummated marriage, greatly influenced by the carrot of his wife's pounds 4,000 private income a year.
He had married Kitty Dobbs in 1927, the niece of Beatrice and Sydney Webb of Fabian Socialist
Meant as an insult, it is testimony to the distance between the pale Fabian socialist
Wells and the red-blooded communist Lenin.
From this perspective, history does not proceed in strictly linear fashion, as it inherently did for the Fabian Socialist
Annie Besant, a contemporary of Wilde, who claimed, in far more commonplace terms, that '[u]nder Socialism men's lives and limbs will be more valuable than machinery; and science will be tasked to substitute the one for the other' (161).