Definition of Beatrice webb
1. Noun. English writer and a central member of the Fabian Society (1858-1943).
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1. A Constitution for the Socialist Commonwealth of Great Britain by Sidney Webb, Beatrice Potter Webb (1920)
"By SIDNEY AND beatrice webb. 16s. net. A new picture of English Country Life ... By SIDNEY AND beatrice webb. 12s. 6d. net. How the English Roads became as ..."
2. Women as World Builders: Studies in Modern Feminism by Floyd Dell (1913)
"beatrice webb has compiled statistics, and Emma Goldman has preached the gospel of freedom. It remains to be shown which is the better and the more ..."
3. Modern Socialism as Set Forth by Socialists in Their Speeches, Writings, and by Robert Charles Kirkwood Ensor (1904)
"IX PROBLEMS OF MODERN INDUSTRY BY SIDNEY AND beatrice webb This is from the introduction to the second edition (July, 1902) of Mr. and Mrs. Webb's ..."
4. The Economic Review by Christian Social Union (Great Britain), Oxford University Branch (1902)
"By SIDNEY and beatrice webb. [Ixi., 929 pp. 8vo. 12*. net. Longmans. London, 1902-3 Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Webb have again deserved our best thanks. ..."
5. Modern Socialism: As Set Forth by Socialists in Their Speeches, Writings by Robert Charles Kirkwood Ensor (1907)
"... MODERN INDUSTRY BY SIDNEY AND beatrice webb This is from the introduction to the second edition (July, 1902) of Mr. and Mrs. Webb's collection of essays ..."
6. Problems of Modern Industry by Sidney Webb (1920)
"By SIDNEY AND beatrice webb. 16s. net. A new picture of English Country Life since ... By SIDNEY AND beatrice webb. 2s. 6d. net. A record of experiments in ..."